Giti Tyres Big Test
Giti Tyres Big Test | No Bull from Blake
Giti Tyres Big Test - No bull from Bake You get the distinct impression that if 24-year-old Helensville truckie Blake Rickaby had been doing the choosing, his new truck would be a Kenworth. Yep, maybe a K200 like the one his Mum drives. It means that this second son in the heavily trucking-oriented Rickaby family (Dad Craig drives a Freightliner Argosy bulk tipper for Neville Brothers in Silverdale, where he’s worked for over 25 years, Mum Shiralee drives for West Auckland operator Richie Malam and older brother Dylan steers a Sca..
Giti Tyres Big Test | X-way answers the questions
Giti Tyres Big Test - X-Way answers the questions Figures. You’ve sometimes gotta be a wee bit careful with them, because they can blindside you until you dig a little deeper. Take this simple power comparison – between a 620-horsepower (462 kilowatts) R-Series Scania and this month’s Giti Big Test truck, Iveco’s new X-Way – rated at 570hp (425kW). Why the Scania comparison? Simple: An R Series was the truck replaced by the X-Way in the Lincoln-based WJ Baker fleet – delivering stock feed to a North ..
Giti Tyres Big Test | No Smoke, No Mirrors
Giti Tyres Big Test - No Smoke, No Mirrors Rather than the old “all smoke and mirrors,” this new magic Merc is the exact opposite. Yep, Aramex contractor Gardner Transport’s Mercedes-Benz Actros 1846 LS 4x2 is – literally AND figuratively – an example of no smoke, no mirrors. A super-clean Euro 6 engine (ie no smoke, no soot – pretty much no nothing)….. And Merc’s futuristic MirrorCam system – with the usual rear-vision mirrors replaced by mini-cameras mounted in aerodynamic, vi..