Roadtrain version of 3180. An extremely common sight heading up the Newel or Hume highway in Australia. The use of a dolly allows two full size trailers to be pulled, as opposed to a B-double set up which uses a smaller A-trailer with the rear trailer attaching over its axles . Commonly used on roads that can handle the extra weight to increase the efficency of interstate transport. (This one is for Andrew Larkum.)
Thank you so much for the dedication, Oggy. The extra dolly makes a great addition and I bet it improves the trucks handling around bends and corners. Great work as usual. Looking forward to seeing more from you. Kindest Regards Andy
it s really impressive, i d love it if you could add a pic of a real one, as here in quebec, my concept [check my road train] is the only one used to my knowlege, it even was suggested to add rear stearing, but, i ve watched for some on trucks here, and none have it. it s really cool to see the different concepts around the world!