No script? No plan? No problem. Welcome to Fleet Equipment Unscripted—the video interview series that connects you with the greatest minds in the heavy-duty trucking world. For our first episode, I connected with Matt Stevens, vice president of electric vehicles at Geotab, to see how Geotab continues to support its customers in these strange pandemic
Vocational suspensions have different needs than over-the-road suspensions because they will probably be tackling different jobs, so there are a few application factors unique to vocational suspensions that fleet managers will need to keep in mind. Watch the video above to learn more, and click here for more episodes of On the Road.
As engine manufacturers continue to create a new generation of more fuel-efficient, lower CO2 diesel engines, they need a new generation of higher-performing diesel engine oils to protect them. Watch the video above to learn more, and click here for more episodes of On the Road.
Irregular tire wear happens all the time on trucks of all types in every application, so it’s important to know how to recognize this if you want to properly manage your tire program. Watch the video above to learn more, and click here for more episodes of On the Road.
You know replacing your truck’s components is important. New tires and brakes are a no brainer. Maybe you even replace the airbags. But how often are you replacing your shock absorbers?
Oil analysis means more than just looking at the oil that was in your truck after an oil change.
Even the most incredible technology can be undermined by ignoring the little things.
Data presents unlimited possibilities for tire development. As we become more connected with our data every day, it’ll be exciting to see what’s coming next.
By notifying drivers and fleet managers instantly, remote diagnostics systems indicate fault code severity levels and allow for more informed decisions about whether a truck is inoperable and if a service event should be started immediately.
This video, brought to you by Mitchell1, shows you exactly how you can find information within TruckSeries that will make repairs go faster and more smoothly.
If your TPMS tools are malfunctioning, oftentimes the tool itself is just fine, but it’s the software that’s outdated.
OEMs, suppliers, technology partners and maintenance providers are all aware of data’s potential, and that can cause a conflict around how and when certain truck systems are accessed, as well as who can access them.