In a scene reminiscent of what went down with truck drivers in Brazil recently, a convoy of more than 100 trucks protested fuel prices in Auckland recently.
According to New Zealand newspapers, trucks were driving bumper-to-bumper along the Northern Motorway.
The organiser of the protest Rob Ryan, owner of RNB Transport said truck drivers wanted to keep disruption to a minimum but didn’t have many other options to make their voices heard.
He explained that drivers are just trying to be noticed.
Mr Ryan also announced plans to do it all again to make sure they get their message across.He apologised for the inconvenience caused but said this action was necessary.