When you’ve been closeted up for a couple of years, and need to spread your wings again, what better way than to take most of your entire range on a road trip?
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.
In the backstreets of the Maddington industrial area, Larry Gill has been operating the Australian distribution of Tatra Trucks for the last 25 years. Read more
You could do a lot with nearly 300 Kenworth 909s. Like towing Suncorp Stadium down to the Gold Coast. But compress their combined power and torque into a single mind-boggling blast of speed that is all over in less than half a minute? Read more
Often first on the scene of a crash, truckies now need to know these crucial new factors with the onset of electric power.
The Brisbane Truck Show was a watershed moment for SEA Electric. At least, for its venture into the Australian market that is.
North of the Overlander and then anywhere beyond Carnarvon, it’s easy to gaze through a wide windscreen and deep side windows and think you’re the last person rolling across the planet.
Cruising along the Eyre Highway, eying off the vastness of the Nullarbor on a Big Rigs road test is not everyone’s cup of tea. But if you’re on board the latest Mack Anthem, with its siblings in convoy, it’s as good as trucking can get.
Constant improvement to an already outstanding platform is energising the Volvo dealer network, with the new range set to come off the production line in just a few months.
A year after the torture and deprivation of Benito Mussolini’s facsist regime came to a blood-curdling end, Sardinia-based Mario Bertuzzi successfully tendered for 1,000 surplus military vehicles, planning to refurbish them and ship them to the mainland for a new life.