With the class-leading automated manual transmission (AMT) technology on the two FSR 800 AMTs entered in Truck Test 2013, Isuzu Trucks plans to make its mark.
An important feature of Truck Test 2013 is the option to run standard and aerodynamically modified vehicles side by side. GAVIN MYERS spoke to Cameron Dudley-Owen of Aero Truck about his involvement.
Hellberg Transport Management (HTM), through its founder Fritz Hellberg, has been involved in truck testing from as early as 1991 and with transport in general from as far back as 1970. FOCUS discovers that the old adage “transport is in our blood” very aptly applies to the company.
The Road Transport Management System has been a long time coming … But is this scheme the transport industry’s salvation or just another programme that drags on while promising the sun, moon and stars? JACO DE KLERK investigates.
Dynamite comes in small packages. The light commercial vehicle (LCV) sector of the South African market is highly competitive. CLAIRE RENCKEN takes a look at some of the latest offerings and exciting innovations in this sector.
The fifth-generation Isuzu KB has been one of the country’s favourites. But with the launch of its successor – built in South Africa for South Africa – Isuzu aims to take top spot, learns GAVIN MYERS.
The art of keeping tabs on your fleet, drivers and cargo, as well as making sure things happen when they should and how they’re supposed to – is fast becoming a science. FOCUS cracks out its pallet and protractor.
Tuk-tuks, which are a common feature in Asian cities, have now made their debut on the streets of South Africa. We talk to local service providers to find out more about the legal requirements involved in operating these vehicles, and explore the sustainability of the sector going forward. CLAIRE RENKEN reports.
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