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Predictive truck maintenance: What it is and how to trust it

Jason Morgan is the content director of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 15 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.


The truck data that has been amassing over the years from all of the connected trucks on the road has made predictive truck maintenance based on probabilities is a near reality. But it’s not enough to just predict the event — you want to be able to act on it. What if you could catch a truck service event before it becomes an event?

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Though predictive truck maintenance is quickly becoming a reality, one of the challenges isn’t about the technology–it’s about building trust with the fleet managers who would use it.

As an industry, we’ve adhered to interval-based or need-driven maintenance for so long that it’s understandable why a maintenance manager would think twice about repairing or replacing a component that is yet to malfunction.

For ideas on how to build trust using predictive maintenance solutions and an overview of the technology, watch the video above.

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