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18.04.2016

IT’S TIME FOR T WITH RENAULT TRUCKS AT TRUCKFEST PETERBOROUGH

Visitors will be invited to join the Renault Trucks team on stand L1 where it’s always #TimeforT.

At Truckfest Peterborough 2016, on 1st–2nd May (East of England Showground), visitors will be invited to join the Renault Trucks team on stand L1 where it’s always #TimeforT.  Taking centre stage, a 40-tonne Range T520.18 4x2 High Cab, winner of the Commercial Motor Cab Test, will be joined by up to 14 top-of-the-range vehicles that showcase the full Renault Trucks range, from Master vans through to heavy duty construction trucks.

In the spirit of this fun May Bank Holiday event, Renault Trucks is asking visitors to share photos of themselves at the stand enjoying a cuppa, using the hashtag #timeforT, with the chance to win £250 of official Renault Trucks merchandise.

The full line up on the Renault Trucks stand, adjacent to the main Plaza, will include demonstrators from across the range as well as customer vehicles: fuel-efficient Range Ts, robust Range Ks and Range Cs from Renault Trucks’ highly-acclaimed construction range, economical Range Ds and a selection of pre-bodied Luton, Tipper and dropside vehicles from the Renault Trucks Master ‘Ready for Business’ range.

As well as the flat floor Range T, further highlights include a 32-tonne Range K520 8x4 and a 32-tonne Range C460 RK 8x4, both bodied tippers, carefully configured to suit a broad range of multi-axle tipper operations with CLOCS-compliant safety systems. From Renault Trucks Distribution Range, an 18-tonne Range D18 wide 4x2 low 280 will also be on show.

Nigel Butler, Commercial Director, Renault Trucks UK, says: “Visitors to the Renault Trucks stand will enjoy our very best hospitality with our #TimeforT theme, as well as the opportunity to explore the commercial vehicles on display. This year we are actively encouraging people to climb in and out of the demonstrators to experience the ergonomic design and in-cab comforts of the Renault Trucks range first hand.”

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