News, facts and impressions of trucker's everyday life, which we like to share with our Trucker Team MOSOLF, all professional drivers and trucker friends.
...and may enjoy the sun in the afternoon.
Many greetings to my colleagues!
Warm greetings to all my trucker colleagues out there.
Our truck fleet enjoying its "weekend sleep".
Wishing you all a good start into the new week. Enjoy the sun whenever possible!
Enjoyed a little morning break at Mc Donald's.
Finally here: my new Scania! :)
Have a safe trip, colleagues!
Just came back from picking up the vehicles from the event in Dubrovnik. Great tour!
Happy Easter holidays everyone
Recently brought cars from Gössnitz to Croatia for an event show. Great tour and perfect weather!
Greetings from the driver's cab,
Alan, Dragan, Zoran and Radoje
Good morning everybody,
After two weeks of vocational school, I am back on the road again in local traffic.
Wishing everyone a nice week out there!
Today greetings from the MOSOLF headquarter in Kirchheim unter Teck. As the name implies, we are located below the Teck Castle, nearby the A8 Ulm-Stuttgart. Take a close look at one of the pictures - a colleague was just driving by.
To all on the road, we wish you a safe drive. Take care.
Best regards, Gordon
Interesting facts about the Atego Race-Truck:
Engine: OM 501 LAR innovation engine V6, 4 valves per cylinder, 1,030 kW (1,400 hp)
Displacement: 12,000 cm3
Top speed: 160 km / h (electronically sealed off)
Acceleration: 0-100 km / h in less than 6 sec.
Transmission: ZF 5-HP 600, 5 gears with electronically controlled automatic, operation via rocker arm and steering wheel
Chassis: trellis frame
Weight: 4.815 kg
Year of construction: late 90s
Use: season 2001
Driver: Markus Oestreich
A great after-work photo on the grounds of SAS MOSOLF in Saarlouis.
Today a different vehicle charge. At least, the gangway also has wheels.
Good time to you all out there, Holger
Here are some pictures of our car transporters unloading in Dresden. Together with a few colleagues, we have delivered promotion vehicles for our customer - down to the underground car park. On the pictures you can also see the Dresden Zwinger.
Greetings from Slavko and colleagues
Good to know about the Dresden Zwinger: Situated in the heart of the Saxon state capital, the Dresden Zwinger ranks among Germany’s most well-known Baroque buildings of Germany and is, apart from the Church of Our Lady, certainly the most famous building monument in Dresden. It accommodates internationally renowned museums and is a place for staging music and theater performances. (Source: www.der-dresdner-zwinger.de/en)
With colleagues on the ferry in Bremerhaven. Was from my time driving long-distances.
Best regards to all my colleagues, Steffi
Another snapshot from Slavko, sending greetings to all colleagues.
"I like trucking and I love my job. I've been working at MOSOLF for almost 19 years now. I enjoy being on the road and I do my job with pleasure. When you are done with your work and you are rewarded with such a beautiful sunset, that's great."
On the way from Vilshofen to Zahna-Elster: Short coffee break in the best summer weather. On the trailer: Two military conversions based on Mercedes-Benz Actros 6X6.
Technology for agriculture. Five rollers for soil processing. Loaded in Denmark.
Best regards from Heiko
Good to know about the load: Trailed rollers have been designed to soil compaction and levelling, either after seeding for an optimum germination or after winter frosts. Furthermore, they reduce the soil porosity and limit evaporation in dry conditions. (Source information: Kverneland)
From Kirchheim unter Teck into the world. 3 grams, 24 cm tall. The new Trucker Team stickers arrived and are now glued to the car transporter. The position is on the driver and passenger door below the window.
Tenner loading Seat Ibiza, Leon und Leon ST on my Actros car transporter.
Good to know: The parking lot for truck drivers at the autohof on the B 41 in Fischbach was opened in February 2015. The parking lot has 14 marked pitches for trucks.
Picture: Google Maps