I imagine that Australia is a country with almost completely flat relief, otherwise I think it would be very difficult for huge trucks to travel so well
Cool, what kind of roads are needed for such road trains, what are they worth, only U-turns on the roads, fear and nothing more. They are driving along a straight road, it is scary to meet them. And not every driver will be able to drive them, Super high class drivers are needed!!
There is no overload. 8 tons per axle, but the goods are cheaper in transportation. Super. Kazakhstan needs to introduce such a practice. Competitiveness among other countries. Let’s get to it anyway. You can only ban it in the city, but in the steppe you can take it as much as you like. Well done Australians.
In Australia, there is a phenomenon of roads that are straight, like an arrow, over vast distances across the entire continent, as if someone had drawn it on a ruler. And the surface is like a table. Maybe that’s why it’s really possible to drive such road trains there?
The most interesting thing is the engine with the gearbox and what cools it at +45. If someone cuts such a road train, then I think he will not stop. It is necessary to move it from the place of the fuel tank
And most importantly, you noticed that they have four wheels on each axle, and not like our cunningly …. two cunning drivers, who cut an eternal track for us in the summer in the heat