Mack ride and drive

Oct. 4, 2013

Mack Trucks recently organized a ride and drive for journalists at its customer center in Allentown, PA; a 65-acre, 160,000 square ft. location that formerly served as the OEM's research, development, and test facility from 1976 to 2010. Complete with several test tracks and off road courses, the customer center location allowed visiting journalists put three Mack models through their paces: two Pinnacle highway tractors, one pulling a fully-loaded dry van trailer and the other a flatbed unit, along with a Granite model configured as a dump truck.

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Sean Kilcarr | Editor in Chief

Sean previously reported and commented on trends affecting the many different strata of the trucking industry. Also be sure to visit Sean's blog Trucks at Work where he offers analysis on a variety of different topics inside the trucking industry.

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