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    Biglorryblog: T&D on holidays

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    T&Ds editor never stops working even on his summer holidays he took time to send  this note to BLB   Like many parents, I dread the school holidays for one reason – the price of holiday cottages shoots up to double or more what is charged for renting them during term times. However, I struck

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    TRUCK is back

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    Over 10 years since the last TRUCK magazine left the printers, It back and its epic. Join the late Phil Llewellin, and other TRUCK writers, as they embark on epic journeys from around the world, in some of the best and worst commercial vehicles ever built. Experience -50 degrees on Alaska’s legendary Dalton Highway, and triple-digit

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    April 2015 T&D on sale

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    The April issue officially goes on sale today. Prominent on the cover is the free sticker which we hope all readers will display in support of the UK road transport industry. We also have three competitIons, one encouraging you to look out for RT Keedwell’s new MB Actros as modelled by Corgi, another to find

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    Latest T&D competition winners

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    Britain’s Best Scania V8 competition (T&D April 2015) As a result of the great response to this competition, both in terms of quantity and quality, it’s been decided to have eight finalists. The eight will all be on display on Scania’s stand at Truckfest at Peterborough on 3/4 May, when the winner of the VIP

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    March 2015 T&D on sale

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    The March edition of Truck & Driver is here, with a cover that features two very different trucks past the first flush of youth. Ed’s Choice is David Guatella’s customised but hard working Scania 144, an unbelievable 13-years old. Even harder working are Bob Carmichael and his Volvo F88, who have clocked up a mere

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    T&D January 2015 on sale

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      Today’s the day the latest issue of Truck & Driver is officially on sale – you can’t miss it, it’s very yellow. Apologies to anyone who might still be waiting – a fire at the printers held it back a bit. The cover story is driving for Astran, and veteran Middle East driver Gordon

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    T&D 30th Anniversary issue on sale

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      Thirty years have now passed since Truck & Driver sprang onto an unsuspecting road transport industry, and we’ve celebrated the occasion with a bumper commemorative issue. We’ve taken a look back at our heritage, with features on the first issue and some of the personalities involved with it, and have also compiled a selection

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    Redesigned Truck & Driver is here!

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    It’s on its way! After months of planning, T&D has had a major redesign. The main objective was to make it serve the needs of readers more effectively, while maintaining the same high quality content. We’ll leave you to be the judges. Topping the bill of that content is Ed’s Choice, featuring Alwin Ltd’s Scania

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    September T&D on sale

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    The September issue of T&D is now on sale, and I have to say we’re proud of it, as it’s packed full of heroes. Most importantly, we have our own tribute to the soldiers of WW1, especially those who came home and created the road transport industry as we know it. There’s also a look

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    July 2014 T&D on sale

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    The new issue of T&D is heading your way. Ed’s Choice is an Actros 630 and we look at the special Golden Griffin Scania. Long Distance Diary goes across Australia in a Kenworth T909, and Brits go truck racing in India. Closer to home, we look at a giant concrete pumping Merc, a Daf collecting

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