This video is TodaysTrucking1's first foray into our version of, "How'd They Make That?" While not widely known in the market, at least by drivers, most Hino trucks sold in Canada are actually assembled by Canadians. So we thought it would be fun to drop by and find out more about what goes into assembling and prepping a truck for Canadian roads. FYI: Hino opened its Woodstock, Ontario assembly facility back in 2006, primarily to assemble their MDT line. But a few years later they added their COE line to the assembly schedule. This video will give you a glimpse into Hino's assembly process, but mostly it's just fun to pull back the curtain and get at peak how things are made. That's mostly what this video is all about. We hope you enjoy it. Oh, and if there are any places that you've been curious to the inside of, don't be shy about sharing it with us. We just may go there. And if we do, we'll be sure to let you know.