Tippers like this are often used for agricultural transport. The bodywork and often the chassis as well are made from aluminium. The massive capacity in cubic meters is only suitable for products with an average specific weight.
A German registered Scania tipper running on a Dutch motorway. The Scania is most likely used for hauling construction materials like sand, gravel or even asphalt. The rig is clearly a road going tipper. Traction is limited with a 4 x 2 tractor.
A DAF CF tipper with massive bodywork. The exceptional combo is used by a company who is specialized in logging. The rig is most likely used for breaches and or wood chips. The six axled combo is running at the allowed 50-ton limit.
A Mercedes Ariocs equipped with a small pusher axle to avoid axle overloading. The baby axles ofers3-4 additional payload, just enough to cover rear axle overloading. It's not steered but is only used while running laden, the added weight is very limited.
Stam Transport is entirely focusing on international tipper transport. It runs a fleet of superb Volvos including tractor semi-trailer and drawbar combos. This nice 4 x 2 Volvo FH Globetrotter is hooked to a Belgian built Stas tipper.
Ronny Ceusters is known for immaculate super trucks. This example took part of the annual Truckstar Festival in Assen. Though being equipped with a standard sleeper cab its a beauty and loaded with extras including the obvious white steering wheel.