Huge mining dump trucks are one of the least maneuverable vehicles on the road. Granted their sole purpose is to carry as much as possible so the whole mining operation can be more efficient and for most of the time they work in huge mines and there is not too much need for small space maneuverability but apparently some of them need smaller turning radius and that’s where this ETF truck comes into play. This huge mining truck is the closest we can get to a truck spinning on its own axis. The apparently complicated steering mechanism is totally automated so all the operator needs to do is turn the wheel all the way to one side and the whole truck will rotate nearly on a dime in order to get turned around for loading or unloading. Looks very cool so don’t miss the MT-240 extremely maneuverable dump truck.