NZ Truck & Driver magazine
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NZ Truck & Driver magazine circulation
ABC Total Net Circulation per issue for the 6 months ended 30/09/16 - 13,147
Full breakdown of circulation information is available at www.abc.org.nz
The Official Magazine of the RTF
Every month NZ Truck & Driver is circulated by direct mail to the Road Transport Forum NZ membership nationwide, sold through retail outlets nationwide including service stations, bookshops, supermarkets and is available via paid subscription. NZ Truck & Driver is the Official magazine of the Road Transport Forum (RTF) who is the representative body for the road transport industry. Every month all member of the RTF (transport fleets & owner operators) receive a copy of NZ Truck & Driver with many of the larger companies receiving several copies. Collectively the RTF membership makes up over 80% of the hire & reward trucks operating on New Zealand's roads and is by far the strongest consumer group in the road transport industry. There is only one magazine that will deliver advertising to the RTF membership every month and that is the Official magazine NZ Truck & Driver.
Monthly, excluding January
December issue is a joint December/January publication
As a dedicated business magazine for the NZ Road Transport Industry, NZ Truck & Driver is specifically targeted at the business owners, senior/middle management, drivers etc. for both the privately owned and corporate sectors of the road transport industry. With official magazine status for the RTF (Road Transport Forum NZ), this positions NZ Truck & Driver as the only publication available on the NZ market with a Guaranteed reach to the NZ Road Transport Industry every month.
Every month NZ Truck & Driver representatives are out among the industry - discussing industry issues with operators, testing vehicles, looking at new products and services. Within our truck road tests, "The Trevor Test" has become the leading truck evaluation, with its hands-on approach to vehicle testing giving far greater feedback to our readers.
Regular monthly features include