Truck Fleet Management Technology and Maintenance
Alignment training hits home, improves up-time

More than 200 independent service professionals gathered earlier this year to learn more about commercial vehicle axle alignment.

Stock less, save money

Finding the right part at the right price to get the job done can be a time-consuming and expensive issue.

Fleet battery needs

The total cost of ownership should be the primary concern of fleet managers as they plan battery replacement for the entire fleet.

‘Wow them’ with service

David Seewack created finditparts.com with the goal of revolutionizing e-commerce for commercial vehicle parts.

Charge-start training

A comprehensive, free-of-charge training program for fleets and dealers by electrical components supplier Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America has been met with great popularity.

Distributor adds value with mobile service

With 13 locations in three states, parts distributor Power Train Service has identified mobile service as a way to expand its horizons and increase value-add to its customers.

Filling up on customer satisfaction

An follow-up visit reveals that Polar Service Centers remains on a mission to keep tank trailers moving safely and efficiently to customers’ sites.

Technicians and team members

As training methods have evolved, one common denominator still exists: sharing training/service practices with fleets’ service facilities.

Ease of servicing automatic transmissions

Considering the increased acceptance of automatic transmissions in medium- and heavy-duty trucks, as well as vocations, we explored the availability of service information that might help our readers.

Keeping lubes clean in the shop

Shell Lubricants offers best practices for how fleet managers can manage, use, store, dispense and analyze their lube products.

Truck component makers add training for fleets

Hendrickson, Bendix and Timken recently announced training updates that offer helpful information to fleet equipment asset managers.

Spec trailers for longevity, not for price

When purchasing new trailers, it’s important to calculate initial costs versus the longevity of the construction process and life of materials.