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15 October 2020
The manufacturer says the newest iteration of I-Save not only improves fuel efficiency by 10% over the standard FH, but also marks a 3% improvement over the 2019 iteration.
14 October 2020
The landmark vehicle is part of a four-truck order from DAF Trucks Australia and will soon be exported and put to work hauling fuel tankers.
13 October 2020
CJ Sheeran of Mountrath, County Laois, intends to couple the new trucks with curtainside trailers and use them for double shifts six days per week, yearly covering approximately 100,000 kilometres.
12 October 2020
This is only the beginning for Renault, as the company has plans to expand use of the system across its entire global dealer network.
12 October 2020
Lars Johansson of haulage firm Åkeri has been using a 590-horsepower timber truck to haul logs in such settings as a forest near Skellefteå, Sweden, as part of a test programme involving several other transporters.
9 October 2020
Two driving pros running the new V8 say they could both tell right away they were operating with more than the usual amount of power.
9 October 2020
With solar panels covering its roof and sides, the trailer will result in an estimated fuel savings of 5 to 10% in Sweden; researchers suggest that savings could be even greater in areas with more sunlit hours, such as Spain.
8 October 2020
The 53-seat bus has a Scania Interlink HD body on a K 410 EB 4x2 chassis with an independent front suspension.
8 October 2020
The truck will debut in a digital event on October 14 that will also explore the firm’s roadmap for fuel cell commercial vehicles going forward.
8 October 2020
The goal is to make more efficient use of every cell in a vehicle’s battery, in the process providing greater flexibility, lower cost, and better capacity utilisation.
7 October 2020
The county has been working with Mercedes-Benz and Rygor Commercials Fleet Sales Manager Jeremy Price for many years, and has found the trucks to be very reliable.
2 October 2020
ASB Transport’s fleet of 20 trucks includes 18 Volvos; the firm bought the new FMs from Regional Sales Manager Richard Moorse at Volvo Truck and Bus Centre East Anglia.
2 October 2020
The project has validated newly developed components on various platforms, including an IVECO Stralis using FPT Industrial power components.
1 October 2020
The supermarket chain bought its first DAF 15 years ago and currently operates a 10-year-old CF with nearly 1 million kilometres on it.
30 September 2020
Updated with such features as the MirrorCam system, Active Brake Assist 5, and Mercedes-Benz’s Multimedia Cockpit, the Arocs is safer, more versatile, and easier to operate than ever.
29 September 2020
The truck maker says the new engines should provide fuel savings of as much as 6% when paired with the new G33CM Opticruise gearbox.
29 September 2020
The trucks will be produced at the Wörth plant in Germany, followed in 2022 by eEconic trucks designed specifically for municipal use.
28 September 2020
The system provides the Actros with SAE Level 2 automated driving and can help with acceleration, braking, maintaining distance between vehicles, and, in some cases, steering.
28 September 2020
The truck maker says it will only produce 400 of these distinctive trucks and that orders will open in January 2021.
28 September 2020
The programme helps drivers learn how to take advantage of current assistance systems and get the best fuel economy from their trucks.
28 September 2020
MAH UK Transport owner Michael Harry (who drives a Volvo himself) says, “I have run other marques over the years, but nothing compares to the reliability and driving performance of a Volvo.”
25 September 2020
Yusen Logistics (UK) purchased a mix of box and curtainside rigids for moving consumer goods between distribution centres and to retail stores.
23 September 2020
Volvo points out that gas-powered trucks can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 20%, a figure that increases to as much as 100% when running on liquefied biogas.
23 September 2020
A panel of 55 judges awarded the two trucks for their ergonomic designs, durable build materials, and “superior NVH (noise, vibration, and harshness) qualities,” according to the jury’s verdict.
22 September 2020
The 450-horsepower truck is loaded with cutting-edge safety and efficiency features, and Downes Transport says that so far, it is a mile-and-a-half per gallon ahead of the firm’s previous-generation Actros trucks.

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