Carley Hull, Author at Fleet Equipment Magazine
Electrical system checks: Find failures before they happen

Ensuring that your electrical system preventative maintenance practices are up to date with today’s technology could mean the difference between your trucks rolling productively to their destination or being sidelined on the road due to a CSA inspection. Lighting, in particular, is often cited as one of the most common reasons that CSA inspections take

Trailer inspections: Tech accountability is key

Quality trailer inspections are often the difference between your trucks getting to their destination without hassle or ending up on the side of the road with a violation. However, getting that quality inspection takes more than training. Service technicians must be accountable for their work and avoid human error at all costs. “The most common

Penske brings voice-assisted solutions to the service bay

It’s not uncommon these days to speak to electronic devices to complete daily tasks. We can ask Google Assistant to make our grocery list, Amazon’s Alexa to play our favorite song and Apple’s Siri to tell us the weather forecast. What if the same kind of system could walk technicians through a preventative maintenance program

Fleet tech training: The future is virtual

With more technology being integrated into the daily functions of fleets, it can be hard to find the time and the best training methods to ensure that your staff is properly equipped to service your equipment assets. While technology is a factor creating this dilemma, it is also the solution. Virtual training in all aspects