South Africa's largest road freight truck travels on a road near Johannesburg. The wide load lorry's freight carrier is 10.1 metres wide and 5.4 metres high. The vehicle in total is 13 metres long and weighs 85 tons. Picture: Gallo Images / Rex Features
Los Angeles may be one of the first global cities to adopt a new electric freight trucking system, unveiled by electrical engineering giant Siemens Corp. last week at the 26th Electric Vehicle Symposium, or EVS26. The new technology, called eHighway, is a highway electrification system that uses overhead electrical wires to transmit energy to freight trucks in select vehicle lanes, similar to modern-day streetcars.
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"Decorated Vehicles in Pakistan" text by Aqeel Syed. Per Peter Grant, "In the 1920's the Kohistan Bus Company hired Ustad Elahi Buksh, a master craftsman, to decorate their buses to attract passengers. It was not long after that truck owners followed with their own designs. Within the last few years trucks & buses have been further embellished with full lighting systems." Post from The Wondrous Design Magazine.