All trucks big and small were on display and celebrated at the Royal Flying Doctor Service's truck run on Sunday.
The run, which finished at the Longford Showgrounds, more than $25,000 for the service in their 60th anniversary year.
The event was supported by the Truck Owners and Operators Association and saw more than 70 trucks from across the state take part in the event.
Glenda Emmerton, and husband Mick, travelled from Sorell to partake in the event.
"We heard about the truck run on Facebook and 12 months ago, we were heading to the mainland to take the truck over there for truck shows but then COVID struck and we had to can all that so there's been no truck show since the beginning of COVID," she said.
"The convoy was amazing, it was really good and it's for a good cause as well."
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RFDS Tasmania media, marketing, fundraising officer Lana Best said the event and turnout had defied her expectations.
"We could not be happier with the turn out today, to show up at Longford Showgrounds and see so many people, so many trucks and so many people coming together to support not just the truck owners and operators but also the Royal Flying Doctor Service was fantastic," she said.
"Couldn't believe my eyes.
"They've put on an event that no doubt will put much needed funds into our coffers and it will help us roll out more programs on the ground.
Tasmanian Truck Owners and Operators Association president Rob Bayles said that the organisation was proud to help out the beloved charity.
"We thought what better organisation to support than the Flying Doctors when everyone knows someone who has used the Flying Doctors."
"I think the turn out today shows the support we've got for raising money for the Flying Doctors."
"I think everybody knows somebody who has used our service along the way, everyone knows we are a charity that relies on community fundraising and they've show their support today by coming along."
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