Customers can now order a Mercedes-Benz truck that can help steer itself.
The recent announcement from the Australian government that advanced emergency braking system (AEBS) for 3.5 tonne and up busses would have to come standard has been welcomed by Daimler Trucks Australia.
Daimler Truck and Bus Australia has welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement that Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEBS) for 3.5-tonne plus trucks and buses will be mandated locally.
Celebrations for 25 years of the Actros nameplate marks a shift with the future looking decidedly electric, and hydrogen-powered.
Nolan’s Interstate Transport has welcomed three Mercedes-Benz trucks to its fleet, the first of seven to join its growing ranks this year.
Victorian Freight Specialists delivers parcel and freight services across an extensive network throughout south eastern Australia.
Mercedes-Benz Trucks celebrates the world premiere of its battery-electric eActros for heavy-duty short-radius distribution.
On June 30, Mercedes-Benz Trucks will celebrate the world premiere of its battery-powered eActros for heavy-duty distribution.
Daimler Trucks Somerton, as an essential service provider, understands the responsibility we all have to respond appropriately to COVID-19. We are taking our responsibility seriously and due to the nature of the 7 Day Circuit Breaker Lockdown, we are unable to conduct a 'business-as-usual' approach.
Daimler Trucks has begun rigorous testing of its prototype Mercedes-Benz GenH2, with the hydrogen-powered fuel-cell truck due to be tested on public roads before the year’s end.
Mercedes-Benz Actros Boasts A Driver-Assist First in Australia4th May 2022
"Don't Wait for Active Safety Mandate"30th March 2022
Advanced Emergency Braking System Announcement Welcomed by Daimler22nd March 2022
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