The stars of TV show Ice Road Truckers will switch to completely new driving and weather conditions for a new show called Extreme Trucking.
Speaking exclusively to Roadtransport.com, Alex Debogorski, one of the show's stars, says: "I have just flown into the UK, but I have been filming on another continent [not the US] for a new show called Extreme Trucking. It should air in the autumn this year."
All that the History Channel bosses would allow Debogorski to reveal was that the location is much hotter and drier than the ice-cold temperatures the lorry drivers are used to.
Debogorski concludes: "There are a couple of us from Ice Road Truckers on the new show and all I can say is filming has been very different and stressful."
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