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The problem is really the gender - in Italian it is UN camion TIR (masculine) and here it is feminine which makes me think it might be referring to something else - possibly trailers (without the truck)?
There's already a similar question open. Perhaps the use of the term in both contexts will help us find the answer!
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TIR = international road transport
Explanation: In Italian, a camion TIR is usually used to mean a huge truck usually with a trailer. TIR stands for trasporto internazionale con rimorchio (I have always thought) which is a truck with trailer. I really don't know if this is what is meant here - it's just a suggestion.
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