Tachoblog – and you – congratulate Vic H & his International 9400i on their magnificent milestone. Actually it’s more of a ‘kilometrestone’ really because Vic H – everyone’s favourite man from New Zealand – has clocked up 1,000,000 Km in his beloved International 9400i. And who better to tell us all about it than the [...]
As it’s the Easter weekend Tachoblog is a day early with the look through the Tachoblog Tribe’s windscreens that is View From The Cab.
Yes another dreadful Tachoblog pun. But the real news is that five self-discharging wood biomass silo tankers are being delivered by Ryder to Woodpellets2U
The Volkswagen Amarok pick-up will be at the 2012 Dakar Rally. Once again the company are the event’s official supplier for the third year.
Here we are again with another View From The Cab. Is it just Tachoblog, or are the weeks passing by more quickly the closer we’re getting to Christmas?
We start this week in Germany with a View that Tachoblog really likes from Rainerri1967. He sent this from From Freiburg im Breisgau in Baden-Württemberg. He says that he’s driving home early for the weekend.
Tachoblog’s off (only virtually sadly) to Armenia with the news that Volvo Trucks in Central Asia and the Caucasus has signed a contract for 100 trucks with Spayka LLC, one of the largest hauliers in the country.
Tachoblog’s all for stuff that saves money and if it’s good for the environment too then that’s even better. News of a new, all-electric commercial vehicle is now available seems to tick both boxes so we had to find out more.
It’s been a while since we last caught up with Will Shiers, the editor of Truck & Driver, and the 2002 Scania 124 420 that he’s pimping in aid of Help For Heroes.
Thanks to the good folk at the UK’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), Tachoblog can bring you a roundup of Commercial Vehicle news for this week… Changes coming to curtains Speaking to the SMMT’s Commercial Vehicle Bodybuilders committee recently, Allan McKenzie, senior manager, vehicle legislation said that the UK’s Health and Safety Executive [...]
Over in America, Drivers have been able to find Truck Stops – and loads of other useful information – thanks to the excellent Trucker iPhone application by Allen from AskTheTrucker for a while, but until now UK drivers have had nothing remotely close.