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Cummins, Valvoline Premium Blue extend oil drain intervals by 10,000 miles

By Staff Writer / a few days ago

Cummins and Valvoline Premium Blue are extending their oil drain intervals by 10,000 miles. They have both announced that Valvoline Premium Blue Heavy Duty Engine Oil is proven to extend oil drain intervals for an extended 10,000 miles. These results were proven through very extensive collaborative development. Cummins, Valvoline Premium Blue extend oil drain intervals […]

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2017 Work Truck Show in Pictures

By Staff Writer / a few days ago

The 2017 work truck show showcased many new work trucks that will be hitting the market. Some of the trucks include a catering truck, a new Mercedes-Benz van, and new engines and components that will be going into the next generation of work vehicles. These new and exciting technologies are sure to help many companies […]

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UPS Invests More Than $90M In Natural Gas

By Staff Writer / a few days ago

The UPS has announce plants to invest 90 million dollars in fueling stations and trucks that depend on natural gas. The agency has committed itself since 2008 in investing in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles. By avoiding diesel and conventional gas to power their vehicles, the UPS has successfully decreased it’s CO2 emissions and […]

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ATA chief looks toward the future

By Staff Writer / a few days ago

The ATA chief is looking toward the future. A man named Chris Spear has offered his plan for charting the trucking industry’s course. There are three things that decide the course of the trucking industry. The three things include embracing technology, and figuring out the different environment in Washington with the election of the new […]

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Daimler Vans Recalls Sprinter and Metris Vans

By Staff Writer / 5 days ago

Daimier Vans has recalled over 1300 vehicles. This has been reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported. There is a problem though and to fix it dealers will install three additional rivets in order to secure the brackets and there will be no charge for the service. Daimler Vans Recalls Sprinter and […]

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Kenworth T880 now available in all-wheel drive

By Staff Writer / 7 days ago

The popular construction truck is now available in all-wheel drive. Customers may select a 1-speed or 2-speed transfer case according to their needs. The company believes the new high traction drive-train will be a welcome configuration. The trucks often see heavy service in utility, construction, and municipal emergency services. The company has plans to keep […]

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Cummins, Valvoline Premium Blue extend oil drain intervals by 10,000 miles

By Staff Writer / last week

The two Purkey’s solar-energy-powered products are the Solar Bolt and Solar Dash:- The Solar Bolt is a supplemental liftgate charging system that uses solar energy to help keep liftgate and auxiliary batteries charged.The Solar Dash is a solar-powered battery charger that was created to sit on the dashboard of a vehicle to help counter parasitic […]

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Chevrolet to Offer Class 6 Cabover

By Staff Writer / last week

Seeking to offer customers the right truck for the job, select dealerships will see an expansion in their lineup of cab over engine trucks with a new addition for 2018. Debuted in March, the new Class 6 truck is based on an existing Isuzu model and has a maximum operating weight of 25,950 pounds. Chevrolet […]

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Fla. PD Upgrades Equipment After Critical Audit

By Staff Writer / last week

Fort Meyers Florida PD, in response to an audit’s findings that the agency lacks resources, has approved vehicle equipment upgrades. It noted that officers often had to drive back to the station to file reports because there were no in-vehicle computers. To prevent officers from leaving to join other departments, 75,000 dollars will be used […]

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