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In our continuing series of truck terms you ought to know, we outline a few easy and more obscure terms to keep your trucking knowledge up to date.
As winter rolls around through the country, there are some simple tips to keep in mind when you start your cold morning journey.
It’s been projected that by 2026 nearly half of the current workforce in the trucking industry will be aged over 65 and by 2030, truck freight will double in Australia.
The ongoing evolution of safety on the roads has seen vehicle manufacturers make giant strides in recent years, with a prime example being the street smart Hino 500 Series Standard Cab.
Truck drivers experience Australian roads in all kinds of conditions. Here’s what you should know before braving the roads in bad weather.
Driving on the road is one of the most dangerous activities you will ever undertake.
The annual Hino National Skills Contest ran in August this year and Thanh Nguyen was crowned our Service Skills winner for 2018.
The evolution of the Hino 500 Series Standard Cab continues, with this next generation setting a new benchmark for Japanese made medium duty trucks.
While first-grade footballers are at the top of their game, they still have a coach to get the most out of their on-field performance. In much the same way, truck drivers are professionals, but for many, a guiding hand can improve work habits...
Baffled by trucking terminology? We’ve got you covered with our Trucking Terminology 101 series. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a trucking newcomer, you’re on your way to understanding the ins and outs of the industry lingo.
A feature of modern city living is sitting in traffic jams, to the point it has almost become a way of life. As the nation’s population grows, pressure rises on infrastructure to keep Australia moving.
Did you know that during the last 12 months (to the end of March 2018), 184 people died from 163 fatal crashes involving heavy trucks in Australia?
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