Retired from firefighting, John Hazzlewood now volunteers with the Tasmanian Fire Service Museum, helping to maintain and restore the state’s fire trucks and vehicles from times gone by. Read more
Travelling through Campbelltown, Tasmania, Big Rigs chatted with truck driver Steve Watts and several small business owners from the area about the proposed bypass.
For miner turned truckie, Philip Church, the freedom of Tassie’s wide open roads, coupled with its picturesque scenery, have proven to be a winning combination.
A truckie who stopped in a small town to use a toilet in an area that sees many B-doubles pass through was shocked when he returned to his vehicle and saw he had been fined.
Spy has heard from some truckies that busy Campbell Town, on the Midlands or Heritage Highway in Tasmania, may have a road built to bypass the town – however the topic has caused some debate.
Truckies travelling along Tassie’s Bass Highway near Smithton weren’t too happy to see a small government gazetted truck parking area blocked off.