GTG Training takes delivery of three Range D 4x2s from Renault Trucks Scotland

Commercial Motor
December 19, 2017

Renault Trucks Scotland has supplied three new 16-tonne Range D 4x2s to GTG Training.

The D16s come with rigid GRP box bodies, built by PMH Coachbuilders, with rear opening GRP double doors. They also feature Optitronic 6AS 800 automated gearboxes and clutches as well as lane departure warning systems.

GTG Training is basing two of the trucks at its Glasgow base and the third from its Edinburgh centre. Logistics operations manager at GTG Training, Kenny Nicolson, said the trucks come with auto engine cut off that saves fuel when they are idling for more than three minutes.

“As the trucks run with three people, the ability to specify the large Global cab with an additional seat was vital to us choosing the new Range Ds," he said. “The gears are giving a noticeably smooth and comfortable ride which is great when you’re in the cab all day training.

“The vehicles have been very well received by delegates and the instructors enjoy training in them. There’s plenty of room in the cab with good observation, as well as storage for kit.”

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