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Ford Takes Action on Carbon Monoxide Concerns

By Team Writer / last week

Ford Motor Company is planning to cover the costs associated with fixing police interceptor cars which are reportedly having issues with carbon monoxide. It appears upon examination that some cars have unsealed holes which may have happened in after market installation of emergency lighting systems. If these holes weren’t sealed properly, the exhaust can come […]

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Cleaning Company Stocks Fleet with Police Cruisers

By Team Writer / a couple of weeks ago

In the business world, one has to seize the day, and that is what the cleaning service Carpe Deim has done. She needed to grow the business, but found that most employees were not willing to drive their own vehicles or carpool in personal vehicles to jobs. This presented a problem in overall cost management […]

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FMCSA Clarifies Issuance of Commercial Learner’s Permits

By Team Writer / a couple of weeks ago

Driving a big rig is not easy, and neither is finding a job once one leaves the military. New regulations however might just help solve both issues. In Aug. 2016, the regulations were changed that for states wishing to do so, can administer knowledge test for one to get a commercial drivers license learners permit […]

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Trailer Floors From the Bottom Up

By Team Writer / a couple of weeks ago

There are a lot of factors to take into consideration when faced with the flooring of commercial trailer. Some of the obvious ones are the weight of the load and how long and often you plan to carry such loads in your trailer; but others might be more “out of sight, out of mind” topics […]

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Commentary: Electric Truck Progress is Real

By Team Writer / 3 weeks ago

Electric options are advancing faster than can be imagined. Electric is the way to go for a cleaner future, and technology is advancing quickly. An electric vacuum cleaner may be better than the corded version, with a smaller engine and more suction power. Changing to electric is becoming a more viable option as electric is […]

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Porsche is Withdrawing from Le Mans

By Team Writer / 3 weeks ago

Porsche, which reentered Le Mans and the WEC championship in 2014, has announced that they are pulling out of the series at the end of the 2017 WEC season. Audi left the series last year, leaving just two full manufacture teams, Porsche and Toyota, in the hybrid LMP1 class. The non-hybridized ByKolles Racing LMP1 also […]

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