DUNEDIN TRUCK SHOW 2020 - Dune...

26 May 2020

The fourth Dunedin Truck Show attracted trucks and people alike in numbers. 2020

THE LAST MILE- Goods service l...

26 May 2020

The Transport Services Licensing Act 1989 introduced the qualitative style of transport licensing we have today; previously we had a quantitative system.

Shock drive!

26 May 2020

It will always be a special day when you get to drive the only vehicle of its type on the country’s roads. We took Fuso’s eCanter for a spin around Auckland to investigate the practical side of electric trucking.

LEGAL LINES - Tackling unsafe speeds

21 May 2020

In 2015, speeding was a contributing factor in 93 fatal crashes, 410 serious injury crashes, and 1286 minor injury crashes. These crashes resulted in 101 deaths, 496 serious injuries, and 1831 minor injuries.

TOP TRUCK - Run to the hills

21 May 2020

When the seeds of trucking are planted in a young heart, it is inevitable that somewhere in their future the urge to scratch the trucking itch will surface and become intolerable.

South Island fuel retailer NPD...

29 May 2020

South Island family-owned fuel retailer NPD has announced it is expanding into the North Island, with its first sites, in Porirua and in New Plymouth, to be open by the end of the year.

Important relief measures for ...

29 May 2020

A patchwork of administrative formalities has been the main challenge for road transport companies during Covid-19. To remove unnecessary burdens and provide flexibility for operat...

Dramatic new footage shows how...

29 May 2020

Compelling new crash test footage released today by the NZ Transport Agency provides graphic evidence that the choice you make when buying your next used car could be a life and death decision.

Update on work and new complet...

29 May 2020

The NZ Transport Agency is making an advance payment to the builder of the Transmission Gully project to reflect the costs of the Covid-19 work shutdown.

New NZTA initiative to identif...

29 May 2020

Unsafe heavy vehicle drivers be warned – the NZ Transport Agency’s Project 2 to 5 initiative is operational and eyeing the bad apples of the industry.