Grocery prices are set to rise again, truck groups warn

By Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson
Updated May 12 2023 - 12:07pm, first published 12:03pm
The Heavy Vehicle Road User Charge is slated to rise six per cent a year for the next three years. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)
The Heavy Vehicle Road User Charge is slated to rise six per cent a year for the next three years. (Dave Hunt/AAP PHOTOS)

Australians could be forced to pay significantly more for fruit, vegetables, milk and other groceries over the next three years due to rising trucking fees.

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