This event for some has become the shining light in a daily struggle – a way to forget and just enjoy.
What happened to the trucks New Zealand Trucking featured on its cover in 2007? We’ve tracked them down and here’s what they’re up to now.
For all its iconic status, and all the urban myths surrounding it, Ford’s towering Transcontinental lasted little more than eight years...but what years they were.
Ask any coach and they’ll tell you having a strong squad with talent right across the park makes picking the winning team on game day so much easier. In a similar vein, Fuso New Ze...
The unassuming man behind Jackson Enterprises is keen to give credit where he feels it is due, saying his success is a result of team effort.
‘The Small Moving the Big’ is more than a catchphrase for load pilot Joe Howland – it has a more personal connection.
This year the Gore Truck Show celebrated its 30th anniversary, a milestone that many shows never reach. But in true Southland style, this show just keeps on truckin’.
It’s a familiar site seeing a Wealleans Groundspread 4x4 Mercedes-Benz Atego or Axor rolling over the hills of the Waikato or Bay of Plenty countryside.
Standing in a rest area in Gordonton on the outskirts of Hamilton on a cold winter’s night, we suddenly see two spots of light in the distance that grow into a dazzling array of colour and gleaming reflections.
The Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham may not be the biggest event in the European trucking calendar, but there were still plenty of debutantes at ‘Brum’, including DAF’s latest XF and CF models.
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