Icelandic Glacier Truck is Built Fjord Tough

have you Driven a Fjord Lately? The story goes that Greenland and Iceland got their names, despite antithetical topographies, because the residents of Iceland wanted to keep out the riff-raff. Although not truly covered with ice, the North Atlantic nation does still possess a number of remnants of the last ice age, including a large number of glaciers. Unlike in Alaska where people just look at glaciers from the decks of cruise ships and then go inside for a hot toddy and the buffet, in Iceland they drive on them, and to do so, you need one big-ass truck. This three axle Ford sports tires typical of the glacier trucks, and their likely road noise would make this truck a delight to drive next to on the freeway, snow kidding. Image source: []

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