A Scania cruised up the main street of scenic Malanda on the Atherton Tablelands and pulled up on a corner.
It was just before dusk when Big Rigs saw Brisbane based driver Stephen Findlow behind the wheel of a Volvo FH-16 B-double, parked at Malanda in North Queensland.
Sydney based owner-operator Matt Sultana was deep in the tropics at Bowen in North Queensland when Big Rigs chatted with him.
An old 1987 Toyota Dyna which is a common sight around Ravenshoe in the northern tropics is driven by owner Terry McNee, who used to operate in Sydney.
Eight-year-old Max Tuxworth is a chip off the old block and looks certain to follow his father and grandparents and be an integral part of the legendary far north Queensland family road transport business.
Josh Rigney had hauled pallets from Kapunda in South Australia to Townsville when he stopped to have a yarn with Big Rigs.
Usually carrying boats, trailers or the like, Chris Barnes was carrying hay, deep in the tropics, on a blistering hot day, when he stopped to chat with Big Rigs.
When his parents sold the family cattle station at outback Richmond, Queensland, in 2018, Bryce Kuhl had a brainwave and purchased a truck.
Chass Bayliss, a truckie for almost 50 years, was furious to find his truck had been targeted by vandals for a second time while briefly parked.
Now aged 63, Victorian driver Leigh Butterworth had transported trailers from the Dandenong region to Cairns in Far North Queensland when Big Rigs saw him recently.