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Truck manufacturer, MAN, is set to enter the light van market for the first time with the launch of its new TGE model, due to premier at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hannover this month.
There will be a unique event in Hoban’s car park, Castlebar, on Sunday August 14 at 1.30pm as part of a fund raising drive to help a very special local and worthy cause. As a part of the Newport Truck Run taking place from Ballina to Newport, more than 30 trucks will roll into the car park at 1.30pm and park and give all truck enthusiasts an opportunity to get up close and personal with these machines of the road. Truck drivers will be bringing their cabs from all over the island of Ireland to support this charity appeal. The trucks will remain there until 3pm and during that time everyone is invited to go along to this magnificent sight while helping the cause.
The new Eurocargo, from CNH Industrial brand Iveco, was chosen by a jury panel of 25 journalists who represent some European commercial vehicle trade publications as their “International Truck of the Year 2016”. The award is one of a few wins for Iveco, spanning the truck, van, and tourism coach categories in the last three years.
Safety in the truck sector is a top priority, and from November 1 all newly registered trucks over 3.5 tonnes with two or three axles, as well as all new type approvals, will have to be fitted with autonomous emergency braking.
There were 602 van sales in November, up from 384 in November 2013, an increase of 56.77 per cent.
The owner of a lorry which was overweight by 8,700kg was before Castlebar District Court this week for exceeding the maximum load which is permitted to be carried.
A Gort man who dangerously swerved in front of a 40 feet articulated lorry at a busy traffic junction before flicking his middle finger at the driver was fined €600 and disqualified from driving for two years at Galway District Court this week.
A Claregalway school was last night thanking its lucky stars after serious injuries were averted when a 20-ton juggernaut left the road and ploughed into the schoolgrounds just as infants were being collected after school.
The owner of heavy goods vehicles was fined more than €5,000 at Galway District Court this week for failing to have the proper carriers licence in place and failing to pay road tax.