Another spectacular shot from Mick Murray Welding driver Jakob Batchelor, in the 2018 Kenworth C509.
One of Townsville’s busiest roads, Stuart Drive, will soon undergo a major overhaul to ease congestion and improve safety. Read more
After 70 years of operation at its Dandenong plant in Melbourne, IVECO Australia closed the doors on its local full line production yesterday. Read more
The view from the top – Shaun Wood shared this aerial shot, taken while travelling north of White Cliffs, through outback NSW.
A new National Class 2 Performance Based Standards (High Productivity) Authorisation Notice 2022 has been published in NSW, the freight branch of Transport for NSW announced today. Read more
The Kenworth legacy started to build from its first truck sold in Australia. Back then, the uniquely and clearly American truck set a level of expectation that other brands introduced later would at first imitate, and then try to improve on.
The Kenworth T909 could arguably be branded with the title of the ‘King of the Road’ on Australian highways with the long-bonneted PACCAR product a popular choice for many fleet owners and owner-drivers across a wide range of haulage applications.
Crafted from wood and various other items, this 1.8 metre long replica Thurling Interstate Transport Freightliner Argosy and B-double combination has been 18 months in the making.
Ritchie Bros. National Unreserved End of Financial Year Auction on June 22-23 resulted in over $55 million in equipment and truck sales, a new Australian record for an industrial auction.