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Industry association NatRoad says the Clean Transport Fund figures add up, claiming the proposed $3.5 billion cost as “reasonable and …
OwnerDriver speaks to TWU national secretary Michael Kaine after the transport industry's convoys across the country.
The vehicle manufacturer is taking the next step in its move towards zero emissions operations.
Long-time partners Penske and DEUTZ have ended their working agreement.
The WA government says the new road investments will change the state's transport infrastructure.
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NOVEMBER TRUCK OF THE MONTH: The Western Star brand is no stranger to the Land Transport fleet, but the company’s blue 6900 Constellation known as ‘Sunrise Ruby’ well and truly stands out from the crowd. Warren Aitken chats with the Land family before following driver Ken Coupe for the long run across ‘the paddock’.
OCTOBER TRUCK OF THE MONTH: Owner-driver Tim McCarthy followed his grandfather and father into trucking, with a couple of detours along the way. With a commitment to family and hard work, Tim’s choice of a Scania P320 has proven to be a godsend
SEPTEMBER TRUCK OF THE MONTH: Memories of a Diamond Reo leaving his 185hp ACCO in its wake came flooding back 50 years later when Norm Bransgrove discovered the 1969 classic was up for sale. Now it's back earning a dollar
The Kenworth T909 is still one of Australia’s favourite trucks for its performance and presentation. It is also the literal …
Owner Driver speaks to QTA CEO Gary Mahon about Queensland's proposed company taxes amidst rising congestion on the roads.
Owner Driver speaks to Western Roads Federation CEO Cam Dumesny about the success of a government-backed training program.
Noel Lane started out with a Ford LTL-9000 in 1989. Now he’s up to truck number 100, the latest addition a new extended cab R-Series Scania.
While Japanese manufacturers are taking a big slice of the light, cab chassis market, Iveco’s updated Daily range is turning heads with, not only its smart appearance, but a host of safety and intuitive features to make the daily grind a whole lot easier
In this initial report, we reveal the extent of Paccar Australia’s commitment to creating a continental cab-over like no other, moulding the features of DAF’s superbly equipped XG family with the most advanced big bore truck engine ever created by Cummins. From the boardroom and from the cab, Steve Brooks profiles a truly dynamic step in Paccar Australia's future.
Right now, it’s the only one of its kind in the Mack world and apparently, won’t be widely available on the Australian market until the back half of next year. Even so, those inside the corporate kennel say there are already plenty of people eager to bed down in the sprawling 70-inch sleeper showcased on a Super-Liner at this year’s Brisbane Truck Show
Iveco’s S-Way flagship is an all-round more appealing product than anything the European conglomerate has ever before offered the Australian market. It has, quite simply, the ability to surprise and impress in equal measure
Hino Australia is today equipped with the best product range in its long history here. High on the heap is a versatile 9.0 litre line-up capitalising on the modern-day brilliance of Allison automatic shifters. We take two for a run through the ’burbs and beyond