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New 2020 Ford Bronco Renderings Let Us Have Our Cake and Eat It Too

By Team Writer / July 18, 2017

Ford’s new 2020 Bronco won’t roll out for several years, but design elements of the re-imagined classic are already leaking out. Among the most notable features: four passenger doors, a departure from Bronco’s traditional two. But a two-door version is also expected, a challenger to Jeep’s Wrangler. The roof and C-pillars may sport color that […]

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Caterpillar Backs Bricklaying Robots With $2M

By Team Writer / July 11, 2017

Caterpillar is going to invest 2 million dollars in Fastbrick Robotics Limited. The two companies are going to discuss as well as develop a framework for partnership regarding the development, manufacturing and sales of Fastbrick Robotics. There are a lot of exciting and new developments going on in the world of robotics. Caterpillar Backs Bricklaying […]

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Ingersoll Rand Names Buxton Fleet and Safety Manager

By Team Writer / July 10, 2017

A woman named Janice Buxton was recently named to the position of fleet and safety manager. for Ingersoll Rand. This position is in North Carolina and she assumed this position in April. Buxton was previously a senior manager as well. She has a lot of experience with this kind of work. Ingersoll Rand Names Buxton […]

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One Stop Truck & Trailer Parts Joins Power Heavy Duty

By Team Writer / July 10, 2017

One Stop Truck and Trailer Parts has joined up with Power Heavy Duty. The company that is based in Florida is owned by Monica and Albert Bayona and it serves a large customer base of local owners and operators and fleets that are within a 50 mile radius of Homestead. The place carries a large […]

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Ga. County’s New Pumper Helps Modernize Fire Fleet

By Team Writer / July 5, 2017

Fire Rescue in Camden County, Georgia has recently purchased a new pumper truck. This truck is one of seventeen new vehicles that has been added to Fire Rescue’s fleet since 2014. The cost of these upgrades is over $2.5 million. The new pumper truck is expected to be cheaper to maintain and will be deployed […]

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LAPD Cadets Arrested for Stolen Patrol Cars

By Team Writer / July 5, 2017

The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) has a program set up to bring in juveniles and train them to be cadets. Unfortunately out of the thousand plus people they recruit, seven teens decided to make bad decisions and stole a wide variety of the police equipment. They went as far as taking a few cop […]

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Ford Recalls Transit Vans for Driveshaft Issue

By Team Writer / July 4, 2017

The recall affects Transit vehicles with medium, long and extended wheelbases and chassis cab or cutaways with medium wheelbases. If these vans are driven with a cracked flexible coupling, the driveshaft might separate. This could result in a loss of motive power while driving or unintended vehicle movement in park when the parking brake isn’t […]

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