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    Scania’s baby dragons spread their wings
    Many champions crowned, more to come
    A first for Scania in China
    Epic bus journey: three days on the road
    Total operating economy in tropical Test & Drive
    New Scania R 730 V8 completes the Euro 6 range
    Danish YETD champion Lars Søndergård.

    Real-life experience pays off for Danish winner

    Lars Søndergård’s daily routine provided him with the perfect training ground for the Scania Young European Truck Driver Competition. His focus on continually improving his skills while at work helped him to recently become Danish national champion.

    Scania remembers: the C 50 Metropol

    Scania remembers: the C 50 Metropol

    While only 200 examples of the C 50 Metropol were ever produced, this iconic bus model has become a cult classic in veteran vehicle circles. In May 1951, Scania Vabis tendered for the contract to supply 200 complete diesel buses to be used for suburban public transport in Stockholm. When Scania-Vabis was awarded the business […]

    Young Polish drivers with attitude

    Young Polish drivers with attitude

    More than 2,300 drivers from across Poland registered for the Young European Truck Driver competition. On Saturday 30 August 2014, Bartosz Zapart was crowned the winner of the national final.

    Scania YETD 2014 maneuver test

    Practice made Danish driver perfect

    The Danish national final for Scania’s Young European Truck Driver competition was a tightly contested affair. Lars Søndergaard, 32, was the ultimate winner after he excelled in manoeuvring, defensive driving and the securing of cargo.

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    Scania’s baby dragons spread their wings

    After three years of study at Scania Dragon School, the first batch of “baby dragons” are ready to spread their wings. All are being taken in with open arms by Scania’s growing Chinese service network.

    Scania remembers: the LB76

    Scania remembers: the LB 76

    During the 1960s, restrictions on the maximum length of vehicles were introduced in many European countries. On most markets, vehicle length was limited to 15 metres for semitrailers and 18 metres with trailers. In 1963, this prompted Vabis in Södertälje to build its first forward-controlled or “bulldog” vehicle in 30 years – the LB76.