As environmental sustainability initiatives continue to pop up across the country, more and more refuse applications are choosing natural gas power. And the trend is only going up.
This free 60-minute webinar will address the social and environmental benefits of renewable natural gas engine technology, the important considerations for making sure your applications last as long as you want them to, and what makes renewable natural gas a smart choice to achieve your corporate environmental sustainability objectives.
This webinar will take the Heavy Duty Fleet Manager/Technician on a journey through wheel bearing replacement. You'll learn about sourcing and selecting OE-quality, wheel end replacement parts for your application, and what separates quality from economy parts, including a focus on case-carburization. The webinar will also focus on different methods of installing and adjusting wheel end bearings, including the advantages and disadvantages of traditional installation vs wheel end spacer installation. Finally, the presenter will focus on common bearing failure modes, and explain the causes of common failures and how to get the most life out of your fleet's wheel end bearings.
During this free webinar, you'll hear how some fleets are enjoying double-digit percentage savings on fuel. Software upgrades that optimize idle RPMs, tailor the vehicle's shift points, govern speed, and manage torque settings can make a huge difference!
Technology has made keeping track of your fleet operation and the assets they carry an important business advantage. During this free webinar on Wednesday, November 14, Fleet Equipment senior editor Alex Crissey and Robert Vacheron, senior director of product management, IoT services with Sierra Wireless, will discuss how companies can take advantage of advanced tracking technology to track their fleets and high value assets, and how it can help them improve ROI, streamline efficiencies, and reduce costs.
Inefficient procedures that waste time can severely impact any organization. Join us to hear Jason Morgan from Fleet Equipment Magazine, and Ryan Driscoll from GPS Insight discuss how inefficient maintenance, vehicle utilization, and fuel usage impacts organizations, and the different types of data and technology leveraged to overcome these challenges.
It's tempting for fleets to consider extending their oil drain intervals beyond the manufacturer's recommendations, since changing the oil less frequently saves time and money. However, the consequences of choosing the wrong oil service intervals can be catastrophic and costly. You could shorten the engine's life or suffer unscheduled downtime, negating any savings in the long term. Attend this free webinar to hear a live discussion between Fleet Equipment editor Jason Morgan and Mark Betner of CITGO to learn about the best oil drain interval for your fleet.
It's vital to keep your fleet up and running, safe and compliant, and backed by a shop that’s efficient and cost-effective. Join our panel of experts for a free Fleet Equipment webinar designed to demystify the maintenance software buying and go-live experience. During this webinar we will examine five critical milestones, as well as unique goals, objectives and lessons learned for each step of the process.
Improvements in fleet maintenance tools and procedures are benefiting small and medium fleets every day -- by enabling them to make better decisions and improve uptime and safety. During this free webinar, learn how you can make better, real-time decisions about the health and safety of the vehicles in your fleet.
Attend this free webinar to hear a discussion about in-cab video between Fleet Equipment editor Jason Morgan and Drew Schimelpfenig of Omnitracs' Safety Center of Excellence. You'll learn from a safety expert about the ins and outs of in-cab video -- and how this tool can be your fleet's "silent witness" in the event of an accident. Register now! Sponsored by Omnitracs.
During this free webinar we'll talk about solar's increasing role in powering the modern fleet. Can the sun really keep your lift gates powered during peak delivery times, and your interior trailer lights on for your entire route?