Once I have my class 5, (currently 4l and as soon as I get time of the current job, book for the full class 4), I have a line on a company which runs nelson to Christchurch back to nelson. Day trip, half day there, half day return.
Day cabs suit the job, and I like old iron.
Different strokes for different folks. And I guess I am different.
That is the way it should be. If the truck has been maintained so well that it is still on the road then it should be legal. That being said Chicago can haulers are the exception to the theory.No, if it was legal when built it is legal now.
New has restrictions, but nothing about what is used to obtain that level of compliance.
COE's all look a like to me. When they all went conventional the cool thing is they, The MFG's all kept the same grill.It reminds me of a Mack. Cool truck!