Mick Barber is one of those characters who epitomises the spirit of the Aussie truckie; easy going and quick to crack a joke.
Piloting one of the Southern Transport’s Mack Tridents for the day was Malcolm Drummond from Invercargill. He was on his way to Rolleston with fertiliser and had to refuel in Milto...
Pat Tautu suggested Faye Lougher invest in a CB radio to get drivers’ attention after she resorted to standing on the side of the road to wave him down for a Just Truckin’ Around profile.
Anthony Wood was topping up his tank with AdBlue in Palmerston North when Faye Lougher caught up with him.
Stephen Ryan, 37, has been driving trucks for almost 20 years, mainly for his uncle’s business, Caffrey Brothers from County Meath in Ireland.
Allan Schulz had just pulled in to a site on Tremaine Avenue in Palmerston North and was waiting for his turn to load when Faye Lougher spotted him.
“Well where the hell are ya’ll gonna send that ‘&%$#@^&’ magazine to, ‘cause here’s my postal address right here!
Interstate number 160147 and I’z could be anywhere!” said Fred...
Busy on rural fuel deliveries near Middlemarch was Matt McLeod from Dunedin. Matt had just unloaded a consignment in Sutton when Craig
Andrews caught up with him. Matt was driving...
Wayne Duff running a Detroit with an 18-speed Eaton.
A driver for Pacific Fuel Haul, Wayne was returning to Wellington after a trip to Palmerston North.
Born and raised in Australia, Dean Lever tried hard not to follow in his Dad’s trucking footsteps and joined the Navy, but in 1989 he realised where his roots lay and spent the nex...
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