Truck That RV Episode 01

rod n steveIn Truck That RV episode 01, Rod covers the challenge of not having enough parking areas, the use of UHF channel 18 and the “do not overtake turning vehicle” signage. We also catch up with a fellow traveller Steve McLennan for a chat about the signage on the back of his van.

Following the success of our Sharing parking bays video, Truck That Australia RV has been developed as a monthly programme dedicated to offering specialised road safety tips for the caravan, camping and RV sector.

our parking bay video was credited in some leading transport industry media as “one of the most important videos of 2017

Whiteline Television is proud to team up with legendary industry advocate Rod Hannifey who presents the monthly programme from various locations throughout Australia. A sister programme to our monthly Truck That Australia which focuses on all things road transport, Truck That Australia RV will highlight issues more pertaining to the recreational sector with helpful tips and tricks for sharing the roads across this huge country with some of the largest vehicles on the planet.  The aim of the programme is to inform drivers and operators of issues pertaining to the sector, advocate for change in attitudes, break down stereotypes and push for a common sense approach to road safety for all.  Some of the recent stories Rod has been advocating for was the caravan and sharing parking bays video which was widely received and welcomed by industry and the recreational sector. In fact our parking bay video was credited in some leading transport industry media as “one of the most important videos of 2017”.

Rod Hannifey has spent most of his truck driving career as a road safety evangelist and advocate for safety within the Australian road transport industry. He is an accomplished and respected columnist and has been an adviser to Industry and government on many projects. He also pilots the distinctive Truckright Industry Vehicle which is a K200 Kenworth in B’Double configuration.

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