Illinois Oversize/Overweight Permits

affordable truck, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, truck, truck dispatch america, truck dispatch services, truck dispatcher from usa, trucks dispatcher,
Oversize Permits

IDOT is authorized by the Illinois Vehicle Code and the 92 Illinois Administrative Code 554, Sub-chapter F, with respect to highways under its jurisdiction that IDOT may, at their discretion, upon application and good cause being shown therefore, issue special permits authorizing the applicant to operate or move a vehicle or combination of vehicles of a size or weight of vehicle or load exceeding the maximum specified in this Act or otherwise not in conformity with this Act upon any highway under the jurisdiction of the state of Illinois. An Oversize/Overweight permit is required, when a vehicle or load exceeds legal sizes and weights, and is to be moved upon or across a highway for which the state is responsible. Permit applications are reviewed for bridge tolerances, construction zones, height clearance and several other safety concerns. The new Illinois Transportation Automated Permit system (ITAP) system allows customers to go online and apply. Most permits are immediately issued. Oftentimes, in order to complete your move, roads NOT authorized to be permitted by IDOT may be necessary. In all such cases involving local jurisdiction roads, permittees MUST obtain permission from appropriate local authorities prior to movement.

We are dispatching company for the owner operator and truck drivers. We offer our independent dispatch services and invite join to our dispatching company.

To determine the type of permit that is needed, as well as the fees associated with the permit, please refer to the Illinois Vehicle Code  or contact the Illinois Oversize/Overweight Permit Office in person, by telephone, or by email per the information below.

Illinois Department of Transportation,
Bureau of Operations, Permit Office,
2300 South Dirksen Parkway
Springfield, Illinois 62764
Telephone: (217) 785-1477, if calling from Springfield area or out of state; (800) 252-8636 if calling from an Illinois number but outside of Springfield area
Email: dot.permitoffice@illinois.gov

If you are moving an implement of husbandry, as defined in the IVC 625 ILCS 5/1-130, and you are over-width only.

Before you apply
Before you order your permit, please gather the following information:

1. Will this be a single or round trip move?
2. Will the object being moved be loaded on a trailer, towed by a truck while on its own wheel base, or driven under its own power.
3. What is the object being moved (Load Description), including two (2) of the following three (3) items if the load is overweight; manufacturer, model number or serial number of the load being moved (not the vehicle moving it).
4. Overall dimensions (width, length and height) of the truck/trailer when loaded or the own powered unit.
5.If overweight:
  • License plate and state of the hauling unit, if exempt, serial number of the own powered unit
  • Gross weight
  • Individual axle weights
  • Individual axle spacing in feet and inches between each set of axles

6. Origin of load:

    – If starting within Illinois, an exact address can be used.
   – If entering from a state line, you will need to know which one of the five (5) bordering states (IA, IN, KY, MO or WI) and the route traveling on when entering Illinois.
7. Destination of load:
   – If ending within Illinois, an exact address can be used.
   – If exiting Illinois into one of the five (5) bordering states, you will need to know which one and the route traveling on when exiting Illinois.
8. Specific route(s), if any, driver is wanting to utilize.
9. For interstate movements, you must obtain a U.S. DOT number.

If you are truck driver and you are looking for dispatching company we offer you our professional dispatch services.
NOTE:  Permits issued by IDOT are for travel upon state jurisdiction roadways ONLY.  You are required by law to obtain permission from any local jurisdiction, including municipality, township, county or skyway, or from the Illinois Toll Authority PRIOR to moving on local jurisdiction roadways, toll roads or when crossing toll structures.

New York Oversize Permits

affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, dispatching trucks jobs, start a truck dispatch service, truck, truck dispatch america, truck dispatch services, truck dispatcher from usa,
New York Oversize Permits
PERMITS: New York oversize permits are valid for five travel days. New York City permit is good for one several hour period, either day or night depending on dimensions and routes. New York Thruway usually one to three days.

OPERATING TIME: One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset, Monday through Friday, and may travel on Saturday until Noon, if not over 12′ wide or 72′ long (85′ on approved routes), legal height, and able to “maintain traffic flow speed.” This includes I-84 and other NY Thruways. Overweight only up to 96,000 pounds may travel 24/7.  Movement not allowed on major holidays, and Friday afternoons before some holiday weekends.  New York City: Night travel may be allowed or it may be required in New York City or on Long Island, depending on dimensions.
Our company carry the professional dispatch services and offer you to join to our affordable truck dispatch company.
RESTRICTED TRAVEL: At 14′ wide, 14′ high, 90′ long, no travel through business districts between 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. At 16′ wide, 15′ high, 100′ long or greater, no state travel between 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.. No travel on major holidays. Travel shut down is usually 12:00 Noon the day before a holiday or holiday weekend. NYC is more restrictive. Other time restrictions may be listed on permits for local areas.
New York City: Separate permit is needed. Travel restrictions are numerous and permits/escorts are expensive. Permits for city are issued for one period either at night or during the day, not both. Over 10′ wide, except on Interstate and truck routes, has to be a night move (10:00 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday, and 12:01 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. Friday night-Saturday morning (after midnight) and Sunday night-Monday morning. On Interstate and George Washington Bridge only, over 10′ and less than 12′ wide may travel Monday through Friday 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.. Over 80,000 pounds gross weight has to be a night move, route survey required to get permit. (Note: NYC DOT sometimes requires night travel for smaller loads). Special permission may also be needed on bridges going into NYC.
NY Thruway: Separate permit is needed for the Thruway. Thruway includes I-87 (NYC to Albany), I-95 (NYC to Connecticut), I-287 (connecting I-87 with I-95), I-90, and I-190 (connecting Buffalo with Niagara Falls). Loads over 13’6″ height are not allowed. Overweight permits are very expensive on the NY Thruway so we normally avoid it.
  • 53′ semi-trailer on Designate Highway system and NY Access Highways
  • 48′ trailer and 65′ overall length on non-qualifying highways, in NYC and on NY Thruway
  • Trailer exceeding 48′ must have kingpin setting of 43′ or less from kingpin to center of rear axle
  • 53′ semi-trailers and units longer than 65′ overall only legal on I-95, I-295 and I-495, traveling from the George Washington Bridge to Long Island
  • Otherwise, 55′ is legal length in NYC
Width: 8’6″ (8′ in NYC and roads with less than 10′ wide travel lanes)
Height: 13’6″
Weight: 80,000 Gross
  • Single – 22,400
  • Tandem – 36,000
  • Tridem – 54,000
Note: Axles less than 46″ apart are considered as one axle.
Over length Permit Exemptions: Permits are not required for loads of poles, girders, beams, columns or similar objects if only legal length is exceeded. This may not apply in NYC area.
Length: No set amount: state determines on individual basis.
  • Maximum rear overhang shall not exceed 1/3 the length of load, 2/3 of which must rest on the trailer bed
  • Front overhang may not exceed 15′
Width: No set amount: state determines on individual basis. NY Thruway – 16′ wide maximum.
Height: 14′ and over (over 13’6 on Thruway) requires a route survey.
  • Gross Weights
  • 5 axles – 120,000
  • 6 axles – 130,000
  • 7 axles – 140,000
  • Axle Weights
  • Single – Depends on route and tire size
  • Tandem – 50,000
  • Tridem – 60,000
  • Quad – depends on route/tire size
You must be registered for at least the amount of weight you are permitting for New York.
Superloads: Any vehicle or combination which is:
  • over 16′ wide
  • 16′ or greater in height
  • Over 160′ in length
  • 200,000 pounds or greater in gross weight is treated as a superload. At least 2 weeks are required for approval.
  • 80′ to 99’11” – 1 escort
  • 100′ and over – 2 escorts, 3 on two-lane highways
  • 160′ and over – 3 escorts
New York City:
  • Over 65′ long – 1 escort
  • Going to Long Island requires 2 escorts
Overhang: Over 10′ front or rear overhang – 1 escort.
  • Over 12′ – 1 escort
  • 16′ and over – at least 2 escorts (3 may be required)
  • Over 16′ – police escort
  • Over 15′ on NY Thruway also requires Thruway Traffic Safety Supervision Escort
New York City:
  • Over 11′ – 1 escort
  • Over 14′ – 2 escorts
  • 14′ and over – 1 escort with pole, and a route survey is needed to apply for permit
  • Over 15′ may need to provide a bucket truck
  • Over 16′ – police escort
  • On Long Island, escort required for over 13’6 high
Weight: Over 200,000 pounds – police escort. Speed, etc.: Police escort also required whenever a vehicle must centerline a bridge or highway. Escort also required if permit vehicle cannot maintain normal highway speeds (within 20 mph of posted speed).
BRIDGES: Toll for most legal weight loads is $30.00 State bridges (like the George Washington Bridge) charge it only one way if coming out empty; city bridges charge it both ways. Bridge permits are needed for some loads.
Our affordable truck dispatch company give you an opportunity to make your truck driver job much easier. Our dispatch services works 24/7.
SIGNS & FLAGS: “Oversize Load” signs are required to the front and rear on all oversized loads, including high loads. Red or orange fluorescent flags (18″ square), mounted on staffs, are required at all corners at the extremities of load or trailer for any over width or over length load. (For night moves, use amber warning lights to front or side in place of flags, and red warning lights to rear). Overhang of 4′ or more requires flags on staff at end of load or lights at night (two flags required at extremities of overhang if width of overhang is more than 2′).  All headlights and external lights must be turned on for wide, high, or over length loads. For wide or high loads (over 8’6″ wide or 13’6″ high), power unit must have a minimum of one amber light (6″ minimum to 9″ maximum in size) located on top of the vehicle and visible in a 360-degree radius. In New York City, loads over 10′ wide must have two flashing yellow lights at each end of the load; loads over 14′ wide require two steady yellow lights attached to rear of the load.
NYC Note:
Loads going into or through New York City require a permit and one escort if overall length exceeds the legal length of 65 feet!  This also applies when trailer is empty after dropping a load in NYC area.

Freightliner Argosy

affordable truck, affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, Freightliner, start a truck dispatch service, truck, truck dispatch america, truck dispatcher from usa,
Freightliner Argosy
The New Generation Freightliner Argosy is the only COE truck that gives you the complete package. The choice of either Detroit Diesel DD15, Cummins ISX/Signature EGR or Cummins X15e5 with ADEPT technology, a massive 1,650 square inches of cooling to deliver more capacity and efficiency, eRail technology which increases the durability by cleverly keeping electrical harnesses away from critical engine components, the safety of swing-out steps and the comfort of a truly spacious cabin which ensures you can stay more productive for longer.

We are dispatching company for the owner operator and truck drivers. We offer our independent dispatch services and invite join to our dispatching company.

Features and benefits

 – A flat floor and dash mounted gearlever allow for easy walk-through
 – Aerodynamic mirrors that are electronically adjustable and heated with spotter mirrors
 – Electric windows and door locks.
 – Aero kit – easily removable (mid roof only).
 – Ample internal storage.
 – Uncompromised view with curved 24 degree aerodynamic windscreen.
 – Adjustable steering column with telescopic and tilt capacity.
 – SmartShift™ fingertip control over Eaton UltraShift transmissions.
 – Cummins X15e5 includes Advanced Dynamic Efficient PowerTrain (ADEPT) with                   SmartCoast™ amd SmartTorque2 (ST2) which can deliver up to 6 percent better fuel             economy.

 – Available in 6×4 and 8×4 configurations.


Offering the best from North America’s best engine manufacturers, Freightliner’s New Generation Argosy has power you can trust. With a choice between Detroit Diesel’s ground-breaking DD15 or Cummins ISX/Signature/X15e5 power plants. With up to 600hp and 2050 lb-ft of torque on offer, and all of it ADR80/03 compliant, there’s barely a load the Argosy won’t handle with ease. It’s got your back.

You’ll get:

  • Option of Detroit Diesel DD15 engine with up to 560hp (418kW), 1,850 lb-ft or Cummins ISX and Signature Engines with up to 600 hp, (448kW), 1,850/2,050 lb-ft.
  • Detroit Diesel’s DD15 market leading warranty – “Extended Warranty Agreement” (EW2) provides operators with peace of mind: 5 years*/1,000,000 kilometres*/500,000 litres fuel burn*/15,000hours*.
  • Smoother, quieter engine with integrated Jacobs Engine Brake means lower emissions, lower noise and reduced vibration with the Detroit DD15.
  • Available with Eaton Manual, or UltraShift with SmartShiftTM paddle.

If you are truck driver and you are looking for dispatching company we offer you our professional dispatch services.

Style and comfort

It’s arguably the roomiest, most comfortable and safest cabin on the road. Any road. For a driver, the New Generation Argosy has it all – from the legendary swing out steps, to a completely flat floor and up to 6’7” of headroom. Add to that the Seats Inc, XTREME HD air suspended seats, fully adjustable steering column, an ergonomic dash and up to 51” wide bunks, and you can understand why it’s been called the world’s most comfortable workplace. It’s got your back.
 – Ergonomic dash – lowline instrument panel for improved visibility.
 – Burl wood grain with bright finish instrument bezels, ivory gauges.
 – SmartShift™ fingertip control over Eaton UltraShift.
 – Electric windows and door locks.
 – Cruise Control.
 – Adjustable steering column with telescopic and tilt capacity.
 – Sleeper cab privacy curtains.
 – Spacious ‘stand up’ driver friendly living area with up to 6’7” of headroom for easy cabin       movement.
 – Ample internal storage.
 – Large bunk and sleeping area.
 – Range of bunks up to 51″ wide with twin bunk in raised roof option.
 – Flat floor throughout cab.
 – Swing out driver’s side staircase with optional passenger’s side staircase for safe cabin          access.

 – Cabin’s ranging from a 90” mid-roof sleeper to 110” raised roof sleeper.

Freightliner Coronado 114

affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, dispatching trucks jobs, start a truck dispatch service, Start a Trucking Company, truck, truck dispatch services,
Freightliner Coronado 114
Freightliner’s new Coronado 114 is a truck that has been considered, designed and built to ensure it excels in its specific roles. With a short bumper to back of cab, set forward front axle, low tare and big bore engine, this truck is all about maximising loads – and your income – in a range of configurations.

Our dispatching trucks company provide dispatch services for owner operators and truck drivers. So if you are looking for cheap dispatch services we are ready to help you.

Features and benefits

Created just for the Australian market and tested exhaustively to ensure it can easily handle our extreme conditions the Freightliner Coronado 114 is the truck so many operators have been waiting for. And whatever work it does, it will always look great with its chrome grille, twin side-mounted exhausts and dual air horns.

Configurations include:
 – Tipper & Dog
 – Pocket B-Double
 – Tanker
 – B-Double
 – Single Trailer
 – Light Weight Fuel

The Freightliner Coronado 114 boasts an engine you can trust for the long-term – the powerful, and proven, big bore Detroit Diesel DD15.
Available from 475 – 560 hp, with no engine hardware change required, the DD15 can deliver up to 1850 lb-ft of torque whenever you need it.

 – Detroit Diesel DD15. Upgradeable to 560 hp with no engine hardware change
  • 475 hp (354 kW), 1,650 lb-ft
  • 505 hp (377 kW), 1,650 lb-ft
  • 500 hp (373 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
  • 530 hp (395 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
  • 560 hp (418 kW), 1,850 lb-ft
 – Exhaust, horizontal After Treatment Device (ATD) with vertical or horizontal outlets 1,700 in 2 (10,968 cm2) aluminum radiator
 – Donaldson PowerCore air filter with dual pre-filters
 – Borg Warner Viscous fan clutch

If you are looking for dispatch company in NY join to our dispatching trucks services.

Style and comfort
This is where Freightliner draws the line – the line between outside and inside.

The Coronado 114 easily works in the dust and dirt, the rain and mud, the heat and the flies.But that doesn’t mean you have to. Double door seals, noise abatement material and thermal insulation isolate the driver from the harsh world outside, while ‘pillow block’ front cab mounts dampen down the lumps and bumps of the road – no matter how bad it is. 

There are three cabin types to choose from; a Day Cab and two Sleepers, a roomy 34” single and a generous 58” XT (extra tall) version. Not only are the cabins wider than most, there’s also plenty of headroom thanks to Freightliner’s famous flat floor throughout. Made of lightweight but highstrength aluminium, the Coronado 114 cabins not only deliver a low tare they also increase driver safety, exceeding Europe’s stringent crashworthiness standards (ECE -R29)

With an air-conditioning and heating system, premium high-backed, airsuspension seats with lumbar support, a fully adjustable chrome and leather steering wheel, an ergonomically designed injection-moulded two-tone dashboard, wood grain features, and interior trims in either studded vinyl or cloth, the Coronado 114 has the kind of cabins you won’t want to leave.

Freightliner Coronado 122

affordable truck, affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, dispatching trucks jobs, start a truck dispatch service, truck, truck dispatch america,
Freightliner Coronado 122
Ready to haul heavy loads on rough surfaces all day, every day, the Coronado 122 is the king. With a classic square grille and hood, this occasional / high Gross Combination Mass specialist is a truck that looks the business and can do the business. Of course, big loads come in different shapes and sizes, and in different places, so Freightliner has ensured the SD can be adapted to perfectly suit your needs and maximise your opportunities to profit. As a rigid it is perfect for vocational roles. It’ll have no problem negotiating the roughest construction sites with a fully loaded tipper and dog.

Our company offer dispatch services for owner operators. We are also looking for truck drivers and making their work much easier. Our Dispatch company works 24/7.

Features and benefits
  • All the major components – cooling, air intake, suspension, electronics, chassis, cabin etc. – have been strengthened, upgraded or redesigned to maximise reliability.
  • Meritor rear axles rated up to 23,580 kg, verticle load, driver controlled differential locks, traction control, optional Roll Stability Control, duel levelling valves and a range of optional air bag rear suspensions.
  • Choose from Eaton’s manual or Ultrashift Plus with SmartShift™ paddle control conveniently mounted on the steering column.
  • Select from a range of wheelbases and a number of different frames and frame reinforcements.
  • Tandem rear axles rated to 23,580 kg can be fitted.
  • Four suspension packages to choose from – including Freightliner’s TufTrac™ suspension, which is designed to provide maximum traction in high articulation environments.
  • A generous wheel cut provides optimal manoeuvrability for tight vocational situations.
  • Stylish headlights turn night into day with excellent illumination that’s far superior to older, sealed beam designs.
  • Electrical wires are bundled and attached to the frame rail, to minimise any rubbing or chaffing.
  • Lightweight cab made of high-strength aluminium and exceeds Europe’s stringent crashworthiness standards (ECE-R29).

Heavy hauling? No problem. The Coronado SD is your trusted workhorse. Rated up to 140,000 kg Gross Combined Mass (GCM), it’s a lean, mean machine with a tare weight from just 7,857 kg. That’s a key figure when you’re getting paid by the tonne. Choose between two engines – the Detroit Diesel DD15 or the Cummins ISX – and eight power options from 485 hp through to 600 hp and up to 2,050 lbs-ft of torque. Both engines are fully ADR80/03 compliant and can be upgraded without changing the engine hardware. To ensure you can make any pick up or delivery, regardless of the conditions, the Coronado Severe Duty comes standard with driver-controlled differential locks.

Option of Detroit Diesel DD15 engine with up to 560 hp (418 kW), 1,850 lb-ft or Cummins ISX/Signature Engines with up to 600 hp, (448 kW), 1,850/2,050 lb-ft.
Detroit Diesel’s DD15 market leading warranty – “Extended Warranty Agreement” (EW2) provides operators with peace of mind:
 – 5 years*
 – 1,000,000 kilometres*
 – 500,000 litres fuel burn*
 – 15,000 hours*
Smoother, quieter engine with integrated Jacobs Engine Brake means lower emissions, lower noise and reduced vibration.
Available with Eaton Manual, or Ultrashift with SmartShiftTM paddle

If you are a truck driver and you are looking for cheap truck dispatch company. We are ready to offer you our affordable dispatch services. If you don’t know what dispatch company do and how to dispatch trucks go here.

Style and comfort
Freightliner’s new Coronado 122 has been designed so it can handle the toughest conditions, while you don’t have to.

Dirt, noise, heat and cold are kept well at bay, while the bangs and bumps are smoothed right away. The Severe Duty has five cabin variations – from a Day Cab through to the luxurious 58” raised roof dual bunk sleeper. The cabins are big as well as comfortable. They are up to 200mm wider than most and thanks to Freightliner’s famous flat floor there’s plenty of head room as well. The air conditioning and heating system is one of the best you’ll find.

Front cab mounts using a ‘pillow block’ design ensure vibration and shocks are effectively dampened, while air springs on the rear mounts ensure the driver will always be able to ‘feel the road’. Seat Inc, XTREME HD high-backed seats make the ride even more pleasant, along with a fully adjustable chrome and leather steering wheel. The ergonomically designed dashboard is injection-moulded for impressive two-tone looks and additional durability.

The interior also features Oregon burl wood trim, ivory coloured gauges and interior trim levels in either studded vinyl or cloth. Double seals on the doors provide superior insulation and noise reduction when you’re driving. And, when it comes time to sleep you’ll appreciate the noise abatement material that’s packed into the cab’s floor, front wall, sides and back panel.

You’ll also appreciate the separate bunk control panel that can adjust the heater, air-conditioner and lights. There’s also a stow-away bunk for extra bed space if it’s needed in the 58” raised roof model. Well placed cabinets throughout the cabin provide maximum storage space. There’s a TV cabinet, a clothing rack and pull-out writing surface.

Freightliner Coronado

affordable truck, affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, models of trucks, start a truck dispatch service, truck, truck dispatch america,
Freightliner Coronado
The Coronado is Freightliner’s traditional on-highway truck and features an aerodynamic design, a spacious cab and a wide range of powerful engines. In the last years, the truck has been continuously improved as Freightliner added a host of advanced technologies and a wide range of enhancements to make it able to go head to head with success against the other trucks in the segment.

The Freightliner Coronado is suited for a wide area of applications such as local or single-trailer distributions or major B-double line haul jobs. The engines available for Freightliner’s rig are either the Detroit Diesel DD15 or Cummins ISX units with power options ranging from 485-600 hp.

We are independent dispatch services.If you’re interested how to be a successful dispatcher and how to make money dispatching trucks we can help you.

The Freightliner Coronado is priced around $120.000 and is available in three cab versions (Day, Extended and Sleeper) with four heights configurations.

The Freightliner Coronado features a robust and imposing design with a conventional cab configuration. The huge stainless steel grille, the square bonnet and the massive bumper give it a purposeful stance. Besides the radiator grille, there are also two air intakes mounted on the side of the bonnet which minimize the intake of water, dust and debris.

Freightliner has also paid maximum attention to the truck’s aerodynamics. As a result, the Coronado’s curved windscreen is sloped at 24 degrees to reduce wind resistance, while the bonnet guards, headlights, mirrors, air intakes, the angled front bumper and the bonnet handles were designed to offer a low drag coefficient.

The bonnet tilts almost 90 degrees and features a tilt mechanism for easy access to the engine. To keep the overall weight to a minimum, the bonnet is made of fibreglass, being also easy to repair thanks to its ‘parting lines’ design. The bonnet guards are reinforced with impact absorbing material to help eliminate damage and cracks.

The truck’s headlights are a bit rudimentary for our taste, but they feature a single high-tech reflector providing adequate front and side illumination. The bulbs are also pretty easy to change as all you have to do is tilt the cab.

We also like that Freightliner has fitted the Coronado with a two piece windshield designed to make replacement easier and cheaper than a conventional once piece unit.

If you are a truck driver and you are looking for cheap truck dispatch company. We are ready to offer you our affordable dispatch services. If you don’t know what dispatch company do and how to dispatch trucks go here.

Thanks to the well placed grabs and the anti slippery steps you’ll be able to climb inside without too much drama. As it was expected, the cabin offers plenty of space with more head- and leg-room than you’ll probably need. In fact, the cab is up to 20 centimeters wider than most of the conventional cabins available on the market and is also pretty solidly built being able to exceed rigorous crash-worthiness standards.

The squared dashboard design however, looks a bit dated compared to other trucks in the segment and we’ve growing tired of the Freightliner’s fake wood trim which doesn’t do anything to give the dash a modern feel. On the other hand, we like its wraparound design as it is highly functional and easy to use. The controls are also well placed and we also like the instrument cluster layout which is fairly easy to understand and its huge white gauges are designed to be seen even from a mile away.

For more convenience, the truck received a completely flat floor which makes it easy to move throughout the cabin. We don’t have any complains about the high backed seats either, as they are fairly comfortable and come with a wide range of adjustments. Moreover, the truck’s four spoke steering wheel is wrapped in leather and can also be adjusted for reach and rake allowing you to easy find a comfortable driving position. As most trucks in the segment, the all round visibility is also top notch and the plate sized door mirrors are pretty good too, keeping the blind spots to a minimum level.

The cabin is also well isolated, while the large, rigid doors come with double seals for superior noise reduction, offering a quiet and relaxing ride. Furthermore, the sleeper cabs are packed with noise abatement material in the floor, front wall, sides and back panel. The front cab mounts feature a ‘pillow block’ design for efficient isolation, while the rear mounts use air springs mounted outside the frame rails. There is also available a separate control panel which permits you to adjust the heater, air conditioner and lights.

For enhanced comfort, the big cabinets feature plenty of storage spaces and there is also available a stow-away bunk in the raised roof model providing extra bed space when it’s needed.

Engines And Transmissions
The Freightliner Coronado is available with a choice of Detroit Diesel DD15 and Cummins ISX engines.

The DD15 unit features a powerful integrated Jacobs Engine Brake, an Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system and BlueTec emissions technology. The engine was especially designed for long haul operations and develops between 455-560 hp with maximum torque figures between 1550-1850 lb-ft.

The Cummins ISX engine meets EPA’s 2010 regulations and features an advanced fuel injection technology, improved cooled EGR subsystem and a VGT Turbocharger. The unit also uses Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology for enhanced fuel economy and lower emissions. The Cummins ISX power ratings range from 400-600 hp with a maximum 2050 lb-ft of peak torque.

Thanks to these powerful engines the Freightliner Coronado can be rated for 106,000 kgs Gross Combined Mass for general highway use.

The truck is offered with a choice of either Eaton Manual or automated transmissions with Freightliner’s SmartShiftTM paddle mounted on the steering column.

Ride And Suspensions
The Freightliner Coronado features a low tare weight starting from 7,857 kgs, which translates into a bigger payload capacity. Needless to say, that the truck’s chassis is built on heavy duty frame rails which provide a solid backbone. The Coronado’s Meritor rear axles are rated to 20,870 kgs and the rear suspension comes in a choice of Freightliner AirlinerTM or Hendrickson PRIMAXXTM airbag systems. There are also available 6.35 or 6.5 tonne Meritor packages for the front axle.

The ride is pretty comfortable and the suspensions can deal with most of the road bumps with ease, offering a pleasant ride. The pillow-block front cab mount are also designed to offer additional comfort as they can absorb shocks and vibration without too much drama.

The Coronado features a heavy-duty built quality and its rugged character is sustained by a strong chassis and powerful engines. The truck may not be the most reliable in the business, but it’s still able to get the heaviest jobs done without any problems. The cab offers a lot of space and despite its relatively dated design is a nice place to be in, with intuitively placed controls and plenty of storage places to make your life on board easier.

Freightliner Columbia truck

affordable truck, affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, dispatching trucks jobs, truck, truck dispatch america, truck dispatch services,
Freightliner Columbia truck

The combination of a high-power Caterpillar C15 engine and the light tare of the Freightliner Columbia makes for a useful intrastate prime mover. Tim Giles hits the road.

When the new specifications of the 2008 range for Freightliner was announced the increased power available in the Columbia went unremarked.

But by specifying higher power in the Columbia model Freightliner has extended its capabilities up into the intrastate B-double market.

This test sees the truck hauling a combination loaded to just under 60 tonnes out of Melbourne for a trip along the Princes Highway through East Gippsland.

If you’re a truck driver and you want to join trucks dispatch our affordable truck dispatch company would be glad to offer you our dispatching services.

The route is relatively flat but has enough variation in it to replicate the kind of work this truck will be expected to do day-in and day-out, with some open highway running and regular towns en route to get through with tricky tight road junctions to test the manoeuvrability of the truck plus some short climbs to gauge the power available.

This model seems to epitomise both the best and the worst of what the North American truck has to offer in Australia.

The tough and reliable driveline is matched with a superstructure kept sparse by the extremely price conscious United States truck market.

Firstly, it offers a solid, dependable and excellently engineered driveline, most of it not Freightliner product but vendor supplied to the manufacturer by industry stalwarts like Cat, Roadranger and Meritor.

Secondly, the cabin itself is lightweight with minimal options in the way of extras fitted and with enough room for driver and passenger and very little else.

The US fleet market requires very little in the way of creature comforts for drivers and Freightliner offers a similar basic day-cab specification to its North American competitors.

What the Freightliner Columbia does have is a sleek modern look with its well curved front bonnet with inset teardrop headlights, making it look to have a relatively low drag coefficient.

The mirrors are shrouded and are painted the same colour as the bodywork, further reducing drag, and the exhaust stacks are tucked neatly behind the cab.

The enclosed mirrors work better than the ‘west coast’ style mirrors having rectangular rear view and spotters, taking up less space and giving the driver a better idea of what’s going on behind the cab.

Also, a useful down facing mirror is fitted on the passenger side to cover the blind spot on the near-side of the cab.

Visibility from the driver’s seat is relatively good for a conventional prime mover with a large engine.

The bonnet is quite large but does not compromise the view much and the windows are large enough to help see around the truck. However, a small window in the passenger door would improve the near-side visibility if fitted.

Our truck dispatch services in USA offer cooperation for truck drivers and owner operators. If you work with successful dispatchers you make your job easier for you.

The day cab Columbia was fitted with a Caterpillar C15 ACERT engine rated at 550hp and putting out 1,850 ft lb of torque. The driveline continues to the Meritor RT46-160GP rear axles with a 3.91:1 rear axle ratio.

This set-up is designed to give the operator enough flexible power to handle intrastate work plus keep rpm levels down at cruising speed.

The new ACERT engines are designed to work hardest low down in the rev range and spending too much time operating in the higher rev band around 1,800 rpm can lead to a considerable fuel efficiency penalty.

Luckily, the C15 has enough real grunt to mean the driver can keep the revs down, changing up a gear as the tachometer approaches 1,500 rpm without losing momentum.

The new ACERT Cat sounds like a big engine, feels like one from the driver’s seat and when push comes to shove delivers the grunt, when required, to handle 60 odd tonnes of B-double.

This capability is coupled with the relatively light Columbia design with optimised chassis design and very little steel in the cab itself. Tare weight is claimed by Freightliner to be 7,788kg for cab and chassis only.

The actual tare of the model tested is not that low but this model must be one of, if not the lightest, 550hp prime mover available on the Australian market.

The Caterpillar C15 engine is backed by a manual Roadranger 18-speed gearbox.

Cab And Controls
Once inside the cab is surprisingly spacious with plenty of headroom and no feeling of being cramped for space. While there is plenty of room the same cannot be said for useable storage for the driver — it is minimal.

The left-hand drive design allows for a large pocket on the driver’s door. This is not replicated on the other side, the Australian driver’s door. Instead, a blanked off visibility window in the lower door reduces the size of the pocket drastically.

Elsewhere in the cab there is little room to store anything for the driver; even the logbook had to live on the passenger seat on this test. There is plenty of floor space for some form of storage and regular Columbia drivers will be able to improvise their own solutions between the seats.

Inside the cab the wraparound dash is definitely mounted close enough to the driver to be easy to use. The timber effect on the dash does not look very wooden; plain plastic would probably have looked better.

On the right of the central console the trailer brake is mounted in a good position where it is mounted close to the left hand.

At the bottom of this console there are two drinks holders and it would seem the drinks in the US must come in different sizes as it is difficult to get anything to stay in them when the truck is moving.

The holders do not fold out, they are a solid moulding and as such do not grip the drink in the same way as the more usual fold-away holders.

Overhead there are two DIN spaces for radio and UHF and, in a binnacle to the right, a small push button opening shelf.

There is also a useful pocket a little further away from the driver, difficult to access but would be very useful in a left-hand drive version of the same truck.

The seats themselves are the Ezyrider model available from Freightliner in recent years. They are extremely roomy and comfortable and the right arm rest is useful.

However, the left armrest cannot be used as it rests too close to the gear-stick, making it very difficult to change gear (another argument for fitting more Autoshift gearboxes).

The seat also lacks an integrated seat belt instead using the B pillar to mount the seat-belt.

Out on the road the ride from the Airliner four bag rear suspension and front taper springs on a 4,550mm wheel base is smooth and steady. Surprisingly, it rides better than the same chassis and suspension on Sterling prime movers with the same wheel base.

The response to the right foot from the Caterpillar engine is typical: power and torque are available but in their own time.

As a driver it is necessary to get into the Cat’s rhythm when changing gear waiting longer for a response than from other engines.

However, when the power or torque does arrive, that split second later, it arrives completely. The feel from the engine is reassuring and never appears to be working too hard, coping with the task with aplomb.

This combination will have little trouble handling full weight B-double work in and around the city with the broad top torque band making for relaxed gear changing.

Tackling a roundabout in Sale and this driver decided to leave the truck in the top box.

Approaching in fifth gear low and turning right on a tight roundabout pulling a fully loaded B-double set is quite an ask and the whole combination came around at 900 rpm. There was a little bit of vibration in the driveline but it proved very easy.

Generally, there is quite often some vibration coming from this engine and driveline; the power and torque could be described as being heavy handed.

This is possibly as a result of the combination of high, heavy power and a relatively lightly built chassis system.

This year has seen the introduction of a new system from Freightliner with the new splayed front section of the chassis making room for a unified engine and radiator package developed for the new lower emission engines.

The 1,625 square inch radiator is mounted directly onto the engine before being slotted into the chassis.

This makes for a more compact package as the radiator can be mounted closer to the fan as there is no movement between the two out on the road.

By moving over to this new mounting system Freightliner has managed to increase cooling capacity for the hotter 2008 engines without having to make major engineering changes on the shape of their conventional trucks.

All in all the move up the horsepower ratings works well for the Columbia, with truck buyers only needing to choose Century Class at around the 600hp mark.

This extension of the specification does call into question the need for two models in similar areas of the market and explains the introduction in the US of the Cascadia models.

Cascadia covers applications using both Columbia and Century on one platform designed to be flexible enough to suit all needs.

Whether we see this model appear in Australia is not certain but the Century and Columbia models are likely to become more similar over time.

Freightliner Cascadia

affordable truck, affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, dispatching trucks jobs, types of trucks, truck dispatch services, truck dispatcher from usa,
Freightliner Cascadia
The Freightliner Cascadia is a heavy duty semi-trailer truck and the flagship model of Freightliner. It is available in both fuel efficient and high performance models as well as being sold in three versions: Day Cab, Mid Roof XT and Raised Roof.

The Cascadia is the best-selling Class 8 semi truck and is popular among many large fleets.

Trucks dispatch services are manage with professional staff. We specialize in dispatching trucks work and belong to dispatching trucks department.

Lightweight Options
 – Aluminum frame rails
 – Aluminum wheels
 – Aluminum axle carriers
 – Aluminum fifth wheel
 – Wide-base single drive tires
 – Horizontal exhaust
 – Between-rail plastic battery box

 – Taper Leaf
 – Hendrickson AIRTEK
 – AirLiner

Standard Features
 – Large, comfortable seats
 – Powerful HVAC system with six dash-mounted vents, eight blower speeds and 20 percent greater airflow
 – High-tech thermal and noise insulation
 – Overhead storage console
 – Cab insulation and pre-stressed walls
 – Adjustable tilt-telescoping steering column
 – Wrap-around dash
 – Low-mounted dash and sloped hood
 – Steering wheel mounted controls
 – Large rear windows — 56″ x 22″ combined viewable area in a day cab application
 – Robust pedestal mirror design with power mirror adjustment
 – Up to 50-degree wheel cut
 – Optimized aerodynamics
 – EPA 2010-compliant SCR technology
 – Widely available tool-free standard headlamp bulbs
 – Rugged three-piece bumper
 – Detachable three-piece rain tray and quick rear engine access
 – Gas strut-assisted hood
 – Roped-in windshield
 – Power Distribution Center fuses and circuit breakers grouped in a single location

 – Detroit™ Virtual Technician™ remote engine diagnostics

If you are interested how to dispatch trucks our dispatching company can help you deal with it.

Optional Features
  • Hendrickson AIRTEK front suspension
  • Bendix air disc brakes for steer and drive axles
  • Wide-base single wheel and tire options
  • Freightliner SmartShift steering-column mounted transmission controls for automated transmissions
  • Three different dash gauge packages with optional driver message center
  • Enhanced Stability Control
  • Roll Stability Control
  • Qualcomm pre-wire packages
  • LifeGuard RollTek driver and passenger rollover restraint and seat mounted air bag system
  • Driver’s Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) steering wheel airbag
  • Wabco OnGuard™ collision mitigation system
  • Eaton VORAD side object detection system
  • Lane guidance system
  • Eaton VS-400 collision warning and adaptive cruise control system
  • RunSmart Predictive Cruise™ control
  • ParkSmart™ battery powered auxiliary HVAC system
  • Factory installed TriPac™ Auxillary Power Unit powered by Thermo King.

Freightliner’s Century Class CST112

affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, start a truck dispatch service, truck, truck dispatch america, trucks dispatcher,
Freightliner’s Century Class CST112 

Freightliner’s Century Class CST112 has been built to excel in demanding and ultra-competitive environments – from single trailer distribution, intrastate and short haul work to tipper applications.

We are truck dispatchers from usa. Our dispatching business provide dispatch services for owner operators and truck drivers. We know how to be a successful dispatchers and we are the professionals in truck dispatch industry.

  – Driver’s Message Centre to deliver timely, easy-to-understand information.
  – A sharp wheel cut provides optimal open highway usage and allows for tight manoeuvring and backing.
  – Electronically controlled gauges show clear and reliable data.
  – Seats Inc, XTREME HD air suspended seats features lateral and lumbar support, state-of-the-art suspension and numerous adjustment options.
  – Advanced HVAC system maximises airflow and keeps temperatures precise personalised comfort and reduced driver fatigue.

  – Easier maintenance – the Century Class hood opens a full 90-degree to make engine maintenance easier. See-through fluid reservoirs allow instant checking of fluid levels and splash shields are mounted on the bonnet rather than the chassis for easy access to the engine.

Everything about the Century Class CST112 is designed to increase efficiency. It’s a truck with the power to perform in demanding environments.

A low tare increases payloads, which are easily handled by Detroit Diesel’s advanced DD13 engine that also delivers easy driving, exceptional fuel efficiency and extended service intervals. Using advanced technology, the Century Class is engineered to simplify maintenance, improve day-to-day economy and prolong life expectancy. 

  – Produces 450hp and 1,650 lb-ft of torque.
  – Undergone more than 10,000 hours of durability testing in Australia and North America – proven durability.
  – Extended up to 40,000 km service intervals reducing service costs and downtime.
  – Market leading warranty:
  • 5 years
  • 1,000,000 kilometres
  • 500,000 litres fuel burn
  • 15,000 hours
  – Jacobs Engine Brake integrated into DD13 to provide 550 BHP of retardation reducing wear on brakes.

Designed to combine light weight with plenty of strength, Freightliner’s aluminium cabs contribute significantly to the CST112’s extremely low tare. With a range of day cab and sleeper configurations available, the Century Class CST112 can be optimised for your needs – and your ultimate comfort. Choose from a Day Cab, 34” Mid-Roof or 48” Mid-Roof. Whatever size you go for, your cab is built with the professional driver in mind.

The Century Class CST112 boasts:

  – Spacious interior with enough headroom to stand and plenty of storage.
  – Insulated floor and walls to keep outside noise to a minimum.
  – Sleeper cabs feature under-bunk storage and separate control panel.

 – Seats Inc, XTREME HD air suspended seats and steering wheel are completely adjustable to ensure driver comfort at all times.

Freightliner Trucks

Freightliner, affordable truck, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, start a truck dispatch service, truck dispatch america, truck dispatch services, truck dispatcher from usa

Freightliner Trucks is an American truck manufacturer and a division of Daimler Trucks North America. The division is known mainly for the heavy duty class 8 diesel trucks it offers, as well as class 5-7 trucks.

We are independent dispatch services.If you’re interested how to be a successful dispatcher and how to make money dispatching trucks we can help you.
Freightliner Trucks continue to be the trusted choice for truck drivers, built tough to suit the rugged Australian conditions. So tough and reliable in fact, that we offer an impressive 4-year/800,000km extended warranty across Argosy and Coronado 114 models.

With the thought of long journeys and thousands of kilometres ahead, you can rest assured you’re making a smart business decision. Boasting one of the strongest service networks across the nation and an offer packed with this much value, there has never been a better time to get into a Freightliner.

Designed to offer more freedom in the cab, Freightliner is a huge shift forward in automated mechanical transmission technology.
Mounted to the steering column, hands-on-the-wheel shifting offers drivers more room in the cab and minimises the fatigue that can build up over the course of the day when using a traditional gear-shift transmission. 

Freightliner Class 8 Trucks
Model Family Name Kinds of a model Cab Configuration
WFT (White-Freightliner) Cabover/COE
FLA 104
FLA 104 64
FLA 75
FLA 7542T
FLA 8662
FLA 8664T
FLA 9664
FLA 9664T
FLB 100 42T
FLB 104 64
FLB 9664
FLT 6442
FLT 9664
FLT 7564
FLC 112
FLC 112 62 ST
FLC 120
FLC 120 64
FLC 120 64 T ;’FLC 120 84
FLD 112
FLD 120 42 S
FLD 120 64 ST
FLD 120 64 T
FLD 120 HD
FLD 120 SD
Cascadia (CA125)
Century Class
Century C120
Columbia (CL120)
Century Class S/T
Coronado (CC132)
Coronado SD
Classic Series
Classic XL
108SD AB
114SD AB
114SD AF

Freightliner Class 8 Trucks
Model Family Name Kinds of a model Cab Configuration
Business Class (FL-Series)
FL 112
FL 50
FL 60
FL 70
FL 80
Condor Low-cab COE
Cargo Low-cab COE
Business Class M2
Business Class M2e Hybrid
Business Class M2 106
Business Class M2 112
Business Class M2 106V
Business Class M2 112V

Peterbilt 325 Description

affordable truck  dispatch services, affordable truck, cdl truck dispatch companies, truck dispatcher from usa, truck dispatch america, trucks dispatcher,
Peterbilt 325

Up for Any Application
Available exclusively as a truck, and perfect for light- and medium-duty applications, the Model 325 is a hardworking Class 5 powerhouse with no commercial driver’s license required for operation. With a GVW of 19,500 lbs., it thrives with the 200-325 hp output of the PACCAR PX-7 Engine under the hood. It’s ideal for pickup and delivery, landscaping and municipal utility applications.

This trucks are used in dispatching trucks jobsOur company offer dispatch services for owner operators. We are also looking for truck drivers and making their work much easier. Our Dispatch company works 24/7.

Proven durability. Superior performance

The Heart of Peterbilt Medium Duty
The 6.7-liter PACCAR PX-7 Engine delivers superior performance, minimizes operational costs and maximizes uptime for medium-duty customers. Reduced maintenance, long service intervals and excellent fuel efficiency add up to a superior lifetime value. On the 325, the PACCAR PX-7 is available in horsepower ratings from 200 to 300hp and offers 660 lb-ft of torque.

Peterbilt craftmanship

Enduring Dependability
The Model 325 is constructed with an all-aluminum cab that is lightweight for fuel efficiency and corrosion-resistant for durability. The Metton hood is lightweight but strong, and tilts open a full 90 degrees for easier access to key service points. The stainless steel grille surround is long lasting, and its durable design protects the engine cooling system.


Where Form and Function Work
The ergonomic dash features LED backlit gauges that are easy to read, a driver information display for critical vehicle data and rocker switches within easy reach. Power controls for door locks and power windows are conveniently located in the door panel, and a multi-functional turnstalk and easy-to-read driver information center provide a comfortable, ergonomic driver environment. An in-mold process embeds color directly onto the dash for a long-lasting finish, virtually eliminating fading, scratching and peeling.

Peterbilt Model 567

affordable truck, affordable truck  dispatch services, cdl truck dispatch companies, dispatch services, dispatching trucks jobs, start a truck dispatch service, truck dispatch america,
Peterbilt 567

Spec’d for the job

Hardworking Options
The Model 567 is available in both a set-forward and set-back front axle configuration to provide customers with maximum versatility for their application requirements. For weight-sensitive applications, the set-forward front axle provides optimized weight distribution and compliance with bridge laws. The Model 567 has steer axle ratings up to 22,000 lbs. The 567 also offers single, tandem or tridem drive axles and a variety of lift axles for added versatility. Available with a 115″ or 121″ BBC and as a day cab or with a selection of detachable sleeper configurations, the 567 is as versatile as it is reliable. The sloped hood on the Model 567 provides increased visibility around congested worksites and accommodates a 1,438-square-inch radiator for engines up to 600 hp.

We are dispatching company for the owner operator and truck drivers. If you are in search for professional dispatch services we would be glad for you to join us.

Built to Endure
The Model 567 is specifically designed with rugged durability and quality construction to endure the rigors of dump, logging, construction and the harshest of vocational applications.

The aluminum cab structure is stronger for long-lasting endurance and ruggedness and comes standard to meet severe-service requirements. The durable Metton hood is lightweight and strong, withstanding impacts that would shatter or crack fiberglass, and it opens a full 90 degrees for easier access to key service points for improved serviceability.

Clean and fuel efficient
Peterbilt offers compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) configurations powered by the Cummins Westport ISX12 G (available with up to 400 horsepower and 1,450 lb.-ft. of torque).

Sights on safety

Improved Visibility
On the job, the sloped hood and large, one-piece windshield provide greater visibility. Pod-mounted headlamps are durable, corrosion resistant and cost effective to replace. They feature projector module low beam and halogen reflector high beam for outstanding visibility.


Where Form and Function Work
Model 567’s interior combines ruggedness and durability for the vocational market with comfort and ergonomics for the driver. By designing our cab around the operator, we’ve created an environment that drivers want to be in. A fully adjustable steering column and plenty of leg room under the dash give drivers the space to work and move. The multi-functional steering wheel features convenient access to cruise control and audio controls. Switches are backlit for enhanced nighttime visibility. The result is a spacious and ergonomic cab interior with everything in reach and the driver in mind.


A Home on the Road
Peterbilt sleepers are available in 44″, 58″, 72″ and 80″ lengths. All are spacious and offer plenty of storage, shelving and lighting. Three trim levels are available to meet your unique operating requirements – the premium Platinum, the functional Premiere and the hard-working Prestige.

Peterbilt 337

Peterbilt 337


The Peterbilt Model 337 is built to take on the big jobs. That’s why it’s available as a Class 7 truck or tractor with a GVW up to 33,000 lbs. With a full range of suspensions and in an all-wheel-drive configuration, the 337 delivers an ideal match for applications such as wrecker, tanker, beverage delivery, municipal utilities – just about any job you can throw at it.

We are a professional dispatching company for the owner operator and truck drivers that works in truck dispatch direction and we are ready to help you with your work.

Proven durability. Superior performance

The Heart of Peterbilt Medium Duty

Available with either the PACCAR PX-7 or the PACCAR PX-9, the 337 has the power to get the job done. The 6.7-liter PACCAR PX-7 Engine delivers superior performance, minimizes operational costs and maximizes uptime for medium-duty customers. Reduced maintenance, long service intervals and excellent fuel efficiency add up to a superior lifetime value. On the 337, the PACCAR PX-7 is available in horsepower ratings from 200 to 360hp and offers up to 800 lb-ft of torque. The 8.9-liter PACCAR PX-9 Engine has one of the highest power-to-weight ratios in its class (260-380hp), with heavy-duty features like replaceable wet liners, roller cam followers, bypass oil filtration and targeted piston-cooling. Available in both medium- and heavy-duty configurations, PACCAR PX Engine options give customers in traditional Class 7, vocational or specialty applications industry-leading quality, reliability and fuel economy.

Peterbilt craftsmanship

Enduring Dependability

The Model 337 is constructed with an all-aluminum cab that is lightweight for fuel efficiency and corrosion-resistant for durability. The Metton hood is lightweight but strong, and tilts open a full 90 degrees for easier access to key service points. The stainless steel grille surround is long lasting, and its durable design provides superior protection of the engine cooling system.


Where Form and Function Meet

The Model 337’s technology starts literally on the leading edge with high-intensity forward lighting. As soon as drivers sit behind the wheel, it will be obvious that this is one advanced truck. The LED backlit gauges readily communicate systems status and are designed to reduce eye strain. The standard driver’s in-dash display includes virtual gauges and truck, trip and performance information in driver-selectable English, French or Spanish. The optional diesel electric hybrid controls provide real-time feedback to the driver, encouraging optimal driving style and maximizing efficiency.