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16 million euros worth of trucks

Video of the arrival of trucks
19
Jul

Tallinn Truck Show 2019 in numbers: 16 million euros worth of trucks

The Baltics largest artistically designed and tuned heavy-duty vehicle exhibition showcases more than 16 million euros worth of trucks on the 20th of July, 2019. Never has the Song Festival Grounds seen anything like this, where all show trucks together are exceeding every megastar production performance.

The total weight of the trucks is more than 1000 tons and if they are all lined up, their length would be around 2 kilometers. Half of the trucks will arrive to Tallinn this Friday and they are escorted to the venue site by the police. Journey from Terminal D to Tallinn Song Festival Grounds takes place in the afternoon – along this route there may be traffic restrictions between 12:30 and 13:30.

Every truck is a masterpiece on its own that could take more than a year to create. These painted and tuned lorries worth of millions are actually working every day, transporting various goods and materials and not to mention concrete for some. On average, these trucks drive 150-300,000 kilometers a year.

In addition to beautiful trucks there will be plenty of moto- and driftshows, Jaan Roose’s slackline show and many performances for children. The musical side is taken care of by Anne Veski, Stratovarius, Shanon, Metsatöll and Up The Sky.

Arrived: Impressive show trucks stopped Tallinn’s traffic

The most spectacular trucks from all over the world arrived today to Tallinn, Estonia. See here the amazing line of trucks entering the Song Festival Grounds:

Tallinn Truck Show gates will be open this Saturday, 20th of July at 10am. See you all there!

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