We couldn't let the Dorset Steam Fair pass us by at Transport Cafe - especially with so much in the way of vintage and classic trucks - so our friend Anne-Claire Heels got snap-happy while there last weekend.
It was the 46th year of the show and was held, as always, at the village of Tarrant Hinton, near Blandford Forum in the heart of the beautiful Dorset countryside. Not even iffy weather could dampen the excitement and atmosphere.
Nearly 400 commercial vehicles were on show this year, bearing a wide selection of familiar names in British road haulage.
Here is our snapshot of one of Europe's largest outdoor event locations as we look back at how people used to live, as well as the stars of the British haulage industry!
It's that time of the week again and to freshen things up a bit, we've got ourselves a new question mark! No expense spared.
This week's winner comes from an event that is beloved by all trucking enthusiasts: The British Truck Racing Association at Donington Park.
Trucking Magazine's roving snapper took a short break from the motorways to witness trucks throwing caution to the wind as they use their 1000+ horsepower to hit the tracks and tight corners.
Taken on Sunday 24th August and posted to Facebook on the 25th, this beaut has several trucks sharing the limelight but with the focus landing on one make in particular. With a whopping 1,790 likes, 127 shares and 17 comments, this was our clear winner for this week.
South East crowned the UK’s middle lane hogging hotspot in new analysis from Direct Line.
The study, commissioned by the insurance provider, analysed data from nearly 6,500 sites on the Highways Agency motorway network and compared the amount of time on each motorway that occupancy in the middle lane exceeded the inside lane.