Fleets can take proactive measures to help avoid wheel bearing complications down the road.
The multitude of sensors on today’s trucks provide a bigger operation picture that informs the fault code analysis coming from your service solution providers.
For National Fleet Management’s Billy Black, a proactive approach is key to providing streamlined and effective service for customers.
Widespread fees for everything we pay for may explain why people are angry at dealers about seemingly high hourly costs for labor.
A truck service technician is like the conductor, tuned into the truck’s performance with special knowledge about the systems on the vehicle. In fact, today’s trucks are much like a finely-tuned orchestra—when all the parts are working in unison, they are a joy to behold. However, when one component goes awry, well, things are not so enjoyable.
This is already a serious issue for the industry and will be an even greater issue soon if action isn’t taken to help with capacity issues.
These trends mean real time and real money for your fleet.
The Milwaukee Packout Modular Storage System features a total of 20 different products for users to choose from, so that they can customize their storage unit.
Volvo Trucks North America’s Hudson County Motors dealership has announced an expansion by relocating to a new Secaucus, New Jersey facility.
If you consider how many different vehicle configurations are on the road today it will give you an idea of how advanced diagnostic and repair solutions must be, notes Scott Bolt, director of product management at Noregon.