Agritechnica 2015: Innovation in Transport Widths — Should North America Follow Suit?

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If you’ve ever traveled in Europe, you’ve likely experienced two-way roads narrower than a single lane in North America. It’s no wonder vehicles are generally smaller, drivers are better-versed in high-speed manoeuvring and transport regulations are taken very seriously. In the agriculture industry, the emphasis on meeting such transport guidelines has bred all kinds of innovation, as Shaun Haney recounts from Agritechnica, in Hanover, Germany. Don’t Miss TechTour LIVE – Register Today!! “All you have to do is walk around and see pieces of machinery — like some of the slurry vehicles that are very, very long, but very, very narrow,” says Haney.…

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