On February 18, 2014, President Obama announced tighter fuel efficiency standards for medium- and heavy-duty fleet vehicles, the latest stage … More
With summer right around the corner, it has got us thinking about tips to help improve your fleet’s safety during … More
To keep your fleet successful and operating with minimal downtime, fleet maintenance is a must. Losing one vehicle for even … More
Featured Manufacturer of the Month: TST Truck System Technologies This month’s featured manufacturer is a leading manufacturer of a broad … More
Let’s face it; driving long distances, especially at night, can be boring, tiring, the landscape starts looking the same mile … More
We all know that the weather plays a big part on the pressure in your tires. Hot weather can cause … More
As technology improves within the automotive industry, a growing number of features once reserved for the high-end luxury vehicles market … More
Featured Manufacturer of the Month: CRC Industries This month’s featured manufacturer is a worldwide leader in the production of professional … More
Drivers now have until January 30, 2014 to provide proof of medical certification to the state drivers licensing agency. The intent behind the regulation is that once drivers provide proof, that information will be entered into the Commercial Drivers License Information System database (CDLIS).
At the first sign of trouble on the road you pull over to a safe area on the shoulder. But what comes next? Here are some key factors and steps you should take after your vehicle is broken down on the road. With any issue on the road, it’s bound to be a stressful situation, but we can help you stay calm by being prepared.