Look out for the Iceotron, Snowmageddon and the SaltShaker in the coming weeks

PUBLISHED: 12:29 21 November 2013 | UPDATED: 12:29 21 November 2013

Dartford and Gravesham residents can expect to see the Iceotron, Snowmageddon, SaltShaker and SnowQueen on the roads in the coming weeks.

These are some of the names given to Kent County Council’s gritter lorries by children across the county.

Youngsters aged 11 and under were asked to name the county’s 60-strong fleet.


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