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Scrap tires: opportunities, problems

Every two years, the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) publishes a report titled “Scrap Tire Markets in the United States”

Wide-ranging initiative

The Colorado State Fleet Management agency is helping cut fuel consumption and enhance its protection of the environment.

Steel wheel refinishing comes of age

Putting a new face on used steel truck wheels and rims has never been easy.

Boosting service operations

While the space on this page is most often devoted to the latest light- and medium-duty vehicle developments, the productivity of these fleet operations is also highly dependent on efficiency behind the scenes.

Industry showcase

For the past year or longer, a considerable amount of space on this page has been devoted to hybrid trucks.

Zipper rupture bulletin available

Don’t laugh – this is serious business

Keep an eye on your tires: pass it on

“Before you get too carried away, check with the real world.”

Consider TPMS

With an eye to enhancing operating efficiency as a key strategy to ensure success, if not survival, in the trucking industry, we need to consider new ideas, new technology and different approaches.

Firsthand look

With production of 2008 Dodge Ram 4500 and 5500 Chassis Cabs underway at Chrysler LLC’s assembly plant in Saltillo, Mexico and these new trucks now arriving in dealerships, the OEM recently took some of the latest models in its medium-duty lineup on the road.

Bullseye: Sterling trucks on target

Early indications are that Sterling Truck Corp.’s Bullet and 360 models are right on target.

It’s about relationships

It’s about relationships “So, what’s new?” A common pitfall is to answer that question only in terms of individual products or services and not to appreciate fully the synergies that flow from some component interactions that are becoming more common.

An in-depth look at tread thickness

If some amount of a concept or product is good, then more of it should be better, right?