Transporting Three Trucks, the Chinese Way

Published on January 17, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter

Transporting Three Trucks, the Chinese Way

Transporting new trucks to the dealer can be very expensive. The trucks need diesel and a driver, who needs food and sleep. Not so in China where things can be done much cheaper! Here we have one JAC truck carrying two others, transporting three trucks at the same time, and there is another set further up front. This kinda transport if officially very forbidden but practically allowed everywhere, police will rarely do anything and is especially invisible on the highway. Some other great truck transports we saw earlier: almost four, ten, three and confusing.


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  1. dragin- January 17, 2013 Reply

    In town, the tractoring truck must steer like a dream, but on the highway, dodging road hazards at 100kph would be like suicide.
    There is another way: http://www.interstatetruckers.com/

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