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The different types of truck, including a description of goods and towing (vehicle recovery) services.
Things to consider in establishing and managing a truck business – from getting a licence to choosing your vehicles and developing a safe driving policy.
Things to consider in establishing and managing a vehicle recovery (tow truck) business – from getting a licence to choosing your vehicles and developing a safe driving policy.
The legal and other responsibilities of truck and tow truck drivers, including license and endorsements, safe and courteous driving, work time and logbooks, vehicle safety and managing fatigue.
The responsibilities of trucking or towing services, the responsibilities of users of these services, and the steps you can take if you want to make a complaint.
Find out about a trial to find a solution to unnecessary engine braking noise which is causing frustration and sleepless nights for communities.
The Weigh Right Programme will install roadside technology and develop intelligent software to direct potentially overload vehicles into 12 commercial vehicle safety centres (formerly weigh stations) throughout New Zealand.
The VDAM Rule 2016 aims to set a reasonable balance between safety, productivity and use of New Zealand’s roads.
Find out what state highway roading projects are coming up and how the freight and heavy haulage industry can collaborate with these projects to keep informed and ensure their specific needs are considered.
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