Welcome to the Adtrans Hino Blog. You will find a growing list of articles that ensure you get the most out of your automotive needs. Feel free to browse through our categories and articles!
Truck driving requires tremendous skills including having the confidence in your ability to deliver, obtain the knowledge of the vehicle you are driving to operate in a safe manner to you and other road users.
Businesses across the country (and the world) are finding ways to adapt as best they can to this unprecedented pandemic.
Our truck drivers are at the front line during this global COVID-19 pandemic and are doing a brilliant job right now.
Hino are proud of the world class production facility currently in operation at the Hino Koga plant in Japan.
Truck driving comes with its own unique challenges. It can often involve long hours, time pressures, isolation and the psychological stress of keeping concentration for extended periods.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing every aspect of how we operate in today’s society.
Paying cash or financing your truck?
You’ve chosen the right truck that suits your needs for capacity, comfort, load, performance, safety and now you’re keen to get it on the road and start making money.
When it comes to getting good service, there’s nothing better than the real thing. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: your vehicle is more than a hard-working, famously reliable piece of modern machinery – it’s a business on wheels.
Even though Sydney winters can be relatively mild compared to other states around the country, it is still important to remember that it pays to take extra care to minimise the additional stresses imposed on trucks and other heavy vehicles.
Whether you’re just getting into the trucking game or maybe need to brush up on some of the lingo, don’t worry as we’ve put together a brief truck 101 glossary of important terms to know.
Downhill driving can be an uphill battle.
Descending roads like Toowoomba range QLD or Mt Ousley in NSW can be treacherous on a clear day, so it pays to apply common sense and obey Australian Road Rule 108 to protect yourself and other driver’s..
When you get behind the wheel and set out on a long-haul drive, two things should be at the top of your mind: safety and efficiency. With route planning, you can get the most out of every haul while making it safer for you and the drivers around you.
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