World Extreme Medicine 2018 showcases the Toyota Hilux

Renowned for its capability and durability, the Toyota Hilux is one of the most relied-upon vehicles within the field of humanitarian aid work, with the ability to travel into some of the most challenging and inhospitable environments. Providing aid workers with the confidence to drive deep into remote areas on expeditions, their vehicles – often laden with essential life-saving supplies – need to reach the destination and return to base without a hitch.

The secrets of expeditionary vehicle maintenance were showcased in a hands-on workshop at the recent World Extreme Medicine (WEM) conference in Edinburgh.

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The Toyota Hilux is one of the most relied-upon vehicles within the field of humanitarian aid work
Guest speakers Russell Drew and Nick Cranfield, experienced in expeditionary vehicle maintenance, encouraged audience members to take ownership of their expedition vehicle and its maintenance and repair.
Workshops with Expeditionary Vehicle Maintenance, supported by network dealer Western Toyota in Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife, and in association with engineering specialists Arctic Trucks.
Russell and Nick shared their top ten tips for effective expeditionary vehicle maintenance.