Plenty of time is spent talking about the importance of training new technicians, but ongoing training is just as important.
If you’re not doing the right maintenance on your trucks, you will start to get fault codes, sometimes at inopportune times.
Just because things are changing doesn’t mean the changes are going to make a dent in your profits or your ability to run a smooth fleet operation.
Don’t think that just because you’re not in California, you won’t be affected by these requirements.
A delivery truck that runs stop-and-start routes in the city is going to need its brakes checked more often than an on-highway truck.
The ones sitting in today’s classrooms will be the ones servicing tomorrow’s trucks.
Using sophisticated algorithms, truck service technology is quickly approaching the point where it can offer customized repair suggestions.
Regular checks on engine health, tuning, and tire condition can help identify any potential issues and ensure optimal fuel usage.
A breach in security can cause some serious problems and the malware being used is getting even more sophisticated.
Both revenue and profit contribute to a shop’s overall outcome, but there is still a difference.
Should the Data Center team repair or replace the vehicle causing them problems? You decide.
It’s important to maintain ongoing collaboration with experts who will help you to stay up-to-date on the latest data analysis opportunities.