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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year PowerTorque is Australia’s market leading magazine for people who buy trucks, operate trucks and drive trucks. Its editorial content is focused on the On-Highway truck market with reports on the latest developments in engine and driveline technology, in-depth road tests, corporate profiles and product and equipment analysis.

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PowerTorque  |  Issue 52 April - May 2013  


Join us in this issue as we preview Australia’s most significant trucking Expo, the Brisbane Truck Show. This bi-annual event is not to be missed by anyone in the transport industry. As you might expect, PowerTorque’s team will be in attendance, finding out what’s new and how we might expect the industry to change in the future.

Elsewhere in this issue we look at the new DAF’s in service with Greenfreight, MAN tippers with Jagusic Transport in Brisbane, we take a drive in the CAT CT610 from Sydney to Brisbane and look at the new Mercedes-Benz AROC. We wrap up our report on the IAA event in Hannover as we display yet more new technology on show and we drive the latest upgrades in the worlds of Isuzu and Fuso.

Also in this issue is our interview with Brett Seager, winner of the Young Australian Truck Driver of the Year. Brett identifies what he believes is one of the major pitfalls of driver training for the general public, that of permitting parents to teach children how to drive. At no time do the parents have to prove their competency and there is always the risk that a lifetime of bad habits can be passed on to their offspring.

At PowerTorque we have been trialing different video cameras that attach to windscreens and record the past five or ten minutes of traffic movements in front of a vehicle. The more we use them, the greater their importance has become. Their use enables a professional driver to have an independent witness in the cab of the truck that confirms the often dangerous antics of other road users. By providing that level of return on investment, their cost becomes minimal compared to their value.

Next month we’ll be bringing you the best of both worlds, our review of the Brisbane Truck Show and our annual pilgrimage to Mid-America Truck Show in Louisville, Kentucky. Certainly something to look forward to.

Thanks for joining us and for all your support in helping to make PowerTorque the leading transport publication in Australia.
PowerTorque is Australia’s market leading magazine for people who buy, operate and drive trucks, or just a trucking enthusiast. Its editorial content is focused on the On-Highway truck market with reports on the latest developments in engine and driveline technology, in-depth road tests, corporate profiles and product and equipment analysis.

PowerTorque also covers the latest developments in the Off-Highway, Mining, Earthmoving and Marine industries as well as other interesting engine and driveline applications where the focus is on technology and efficiency.
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PowerTorque   |   Issue 52 April - May 2013   


Join us in this issue as we preview Australia’s most significant trucking Expo, the Brisbane Truck Show. This bi-annual event is not to be missed by anyone in the transport industry. As you might expect, PowerTorque’s team will be in attendance, finding out what’s new and how we might expect the industry to change in the future.

Elsewhere in this issue we look at the new DAF’s in service with Greenfreight, MAN tippers with Jagusic Transport in Brisbane, we take a drive in the CAT CT610 from Sydney to Brisbane and look at the new Mercedes-Benz AROC. We wrap up our report on the IAA event in Hannover as we display yet more new technology on show and we drive the latest upgrades in the worlds of Isuzu and Fuso.

Also in this issue is our interview with Brett Seager, winner of the Young Australian Truck Driver of the Year. Brett identifies what he believes is one of the major pitfalls of driver training for the general public, that of permitting parents to teach children how to drive. At no time do the parents have to prove their competency and there is always the risk that a lifetime of bad habits can be passed on to their offspring.

At PowerTorque we have been trialing different video cameras that attach to windscreens and record the past five or ten minutes of traffic movements in front of a vehicle. The more we use them, the greater their importance has become. Their use enables a professional driver to have an independent witness in the cab of the truck that confirms the often dangerous antics of other road users. By providing that level of return on investment, their cost becomes minimal compared to their value.

Next month we’ll be bringing you the best of both worlds, our review of the Brisbane Truck Show and our annual pilgrimage to Mid-America Truck Show in Louisville, Kentucky. Certainly something to look forward to.

Thanks for joining us and for all your support in helping to make PowerTorque the leading transport publication in Australia.
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year PowerTorque magazine print subscription.
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