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..
An end to the intrigue?
Scania’s purchase of longtime Freightliner and Mercedes-Benz dealer Trucks & Trailer’s heavy commercial business may have finally ended not just one….but two major developments/disruptions that have rocked a..
The greening of the freight task
Over the past few months, the debate regarding the environmental performance of the transport sector has taken a back seat to the immediate challenge we have, as we try to pick up the pieces of an economy reeling in the wake of CO..
Living Ian’s fun-loving legacy
Say that you’d like to leave loving memories behind you when you’re gone from this world….and you’ll likely not find many who’d wish otherwise.
But saying it is one thing. Achieving that high idea..
In COVID-19 times, July’s new truck market was positive – maintaining similar registrations to the previous month.
Then again, that “new normal” was still well down on the market at the same point last ye..
Cleverly subtle, historically Higgins
Some fleet colour schemes are impossible to miss...they’re in your face to the max.
Others are more subtle, less spectacular at a casual glance – but incorporating some clever graphic design elements.
And in the ca..