A little rain, the Vreugdenhil MAN TGX is creating some spray. Luckily the Dutch roads are well maintained, rain normally doesn't hamper traffic that much. The six axled combo is most likely heading for Paris with a load of fresh vegetables.
Simon Loos is running one of the biggest Mercedes fleets in Holland. Nevertheless, it also runs DAF and Scania units mainly for comparison reasons. Luckily it continued using their well-known livery. Too many competitors changed to boring white!
The small Volvo FE is using a revamped Renault cab. Volvo wasn't that successful with it lightweight through the years. Just like Scania, its smaller trucks seem to be a little over-engineered. Despite the lack of sales success, it are both good solid trucks.
Unfortunately its over and out for the Dutch Mooy Logistics. After some years of troubles it was bought but in the end, it didn' t survive. This DAF is showing the last livery but al truck lovers do remember their white, blue and orange metallic livery of the past.
One of the supberSwijnenburg trucks just passed the Holland Diep bridge. Their DAFs are all looking great, many of them have switched their main lights to yellow. This one is equipped with big storage bins on the tractor chassis, many of us will now it form Scandinavian trucks from the past.
J.P. Vis one of the prime fleets of the Netherlands. All their trucks are simply looking great! The mainstay of their fleet is formed by Scania trucks. Scania is also one of its main customers. It takes all kind of Scania parts as back load form Sweden.