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Can ELDs reduce operating costs?

The benefits of real-time visibility aids in route planning and allows for managers to better track drivers out on the road.

The importance of proper maintenance for your fleet’s older trucks

We cover the most common fault codes outside of the engine for trucks that are 5-plus years old. 

Unplanned truck maintenance trends skew toward the surprising

Are you dealing with service issues that you haven’t typically seen before? You’re not alone.

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Treading into the world of heavy-duty truck tire retreads

Everything is meticulously checked to ensure that a tire not suitable for retreading doesn’t slip through the cracks.

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How to prioritize diesel engine fault codes

Knowing how to respond can help you keep your heavy-duty diesel engines in the best shape possible.

Truck batteries in winter: A guide to keeping your fleet running

As the weather cools, the batteries’ loads are reduced and the negative impacts of the summer sun will begin to surface.

Discussing the lubrication needs of internal combustion engines

Natural gas and hydrogen combustion engines need lube love too.

Using telematics insight to improve fleet operations 

Urgency isn’t a new concept to the world of fleet operations and neither is flexibility. Being in an industry that changes everyday means it’s important for you to keep track and keep up. If your ship doesn’t rise with the tide, it sinks.  Utilizing telematics solutions and diverse sets of data can play a big

Optimizing back-of-cab connections for ROI opportunity

If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times:  There is no one size fits all solution or silver bullet to components used within the industry. Every segment, every application, every fleet, every truck, may need to do things a bit differently.  This goes for truck and trailer adapters and cables as well.

A retrofittable Level 2 automated driver assistance system ride along

Automated driver assistance systems tend to get lumped together with monikers like “active lane keep assist” and “adaptive cruise control,” but the reality is that all ADAS systems have subtle operational differences that can make a big impact on a truck driver over thousands of miles. The best way to understand those differences is to

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Picking up the trucking pace: An industry update

According to some of the latest numbers from ACT Research, there are some positive and negative factors equally impacting the overall freight outlook. Let’s start with the not so great points presented through their research: None of these points probably came as a shock to you. Talk about industry-wide shortages and inflation has been consistent

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