Second generation of MirrorCam

Mercedes-Benz Trucks has now updated MirrorCam for the first time: With the second generation, available for the Actros and Arocs as well as eActros series since April 2022, Mercedes-Benz Trucks has evolved important details of the system, winning several Innovation Awards. “The intensive discussions with our customers and their experiences from day-to-day operations formed the…

Mercedes-Benz TRUCKTraining is beating rising fuel costs saving fleets thousands of dollars.

The recent rise in fuel is seeing increasing demand for Mercedes-Benz truck trainers as Fleets Managers and Owner-Drivers capitalise on Mercedes-Benz complimentary economy driver training packages to save fuel cost and improve safety. Mercedes-Benz TRUCKTraining with a global approach as the core element of Road Efficiency – low total cost, high level of safety and…

Simon National Carriers puts safety first, with four new Mercedes-Benz Actros models

Simon National Carriers continues its safety drive by welcoming four new Mercedes-Benz Actros prime movers to its fleet. The Euro 6 Actros features latest generation active safety technology that can automatically perform emergency braking for vehicles and people. Just like all Simon National Carriers trucks, the 2653 Mercedes-Benz units have been limited to 90km/h to…

How to operate Mercedes-Benz MirrorCam

The advancements in digital camera technology are certainly making life easier in countless situations: Today, for instance, video calls are considered the norm for our kids, thanks to digital technology. In medicine, miniature digital cameras play a significant role in providing important information about the human body. Furthermore, the inspection scope I use to view…

More safety features for Mercedes-Benz rigid range

Mercedes-Benz Trucks has announced the extension of the Active Brake Assist 5 advanced safety package to cover its entire Australian and New Zealand rigid highway range at the Brisbane Truck Show. The full suite was not previously available with the 8×4 Arocs model given application-related packaging restrictions. These engineering challenges have been overcome and the…

Mercedes-Benz Trucks launches Australian Level 2 automation

Mercedes-Benz Trucks will launch an Australian validation program for an Actros that can help steer itself at the Brisbane Truck Show from May 13 to 16. The Active Drive Assist technology enables SAE Level 2 partially automated driving capability; a first for Australian heavy trucks. The Mercedes-Benz Trucks validation program will consist of 20 trucks,…