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Here’s Your Chance to Own Donald Trump’s Lamborghini Diablo

This “lemans blue” 1997 Lamborghini Diablo roadster vet has only had three original owners! The first owner being the presidential candidate Donald trump. Currently on eBay the reserve has not bid met yet with a first bid at $460,000! The miles are 15,2777 and it comes with a sticker saying trump 2016! It also has some differences in relation to other lamborghinis including all wheel drive.

Here’s Your Chance to Own Donald Trump’s Lamborghini Diablo

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Report: Small Fleets Keep Trucks Nearly Twice as Long as Large Fleets

There is a recent jointly produced study by FTR and CK Commercial Vehicle Research that is now available. This study examines heavy duty vehicle usage, maintenance practices, as well as replacement parts purchasing activity. The cost of these maintenance and replacement parts is analyzed through identifying the annual dollars the reporting fleets spend on vehicles.

Key Takeaways:

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  • The 30-page report gives a close look at the activity that drives equipment replacement and parts purchases such as vehicle age, typical trade cycles, miles driven per year and preventive maintenance intervals.
  • Small fleets averaged a Class 8 truck age of 5 years while large fleets reported an average of 2.7 years.
  • Class 8 miles driven is expected to increase in 2016 by 2.2% compared with 2015 and Class 8 ton miles is forecasted to increase by 1.1%.

“Fleets revealed that the primary reason for outsourcing maintenance was a lack of technical knowledge to complete the work at the fleet level and the report also found that more than half of outsourced maintenance was performed by original equipment dealers.”

http://www.truckinginfo.com/channel/equipment/news/story/2016/09/report-small-fleets-keep-trucks-nearly-twice-as-long-as-large-fleets.aspx

2016 Benchmarking Statistics

The Government Fleet collected data this year that suggests there is a slight increase in the average fleet size in comparison to the previous year. Also adding to this information there were reports that a higher percentage of respondents had increased their annual budgets. Whats new for the survey lists this year includes the title of the person that is overseeing fleet as well as the services fleets insource.

Key Takeaways:

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  • Data collected from Government Fleet this year suggests a slight increase in average fleet size in comparison to the prior year.
  • In addition, a higher percentage of respondents said their annual budgets had increased, a trend continuing since 2013, when this question was first asked in the annual survey.
  • New for this year, the survey lists the title of the person overseeing fleet and the services fleets insource, with about one-third of respondents saying they perform preventive maintenance and repair for other agencies.

“Data collected from Government Fleet this year suggests a slight increase in average fleet size in comparison to the prior year. In addition, a higher percentage of respondents said their annual budgets had increased, a trend continuing since 2013, when this question was first asked in the annual survey.”

http://www.government-fleet.com/channel/operations/article/story/2016/09/2016-benchmarking-statistics.aspx

Volvo’s SuperTruck Exceeds EPA Freight Efficiency Goals

The author describes the features of a redesigned and upgraded big rig from Volvo. The article lists the many fantanstic features of the truck, that have exceeded expectations and are incompatible to any other vehicles in its class. The writer also lists a detailed description of how the rig is better on gas and a hosts of other superior qualities.

Volvo’s SuperTruck Exceeds EPA Freight Efficiency Goals

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Volvo SuperTruck in Photos

When people think Volvo, they think about compact cars. Not Semis. They should be. With aerodynamic add-ons and an all aluminum frame they saved two and a half tons of weight while retaining 88% freight efficiency. Who ever said shedding some weight wasn’t a good thing? And with 70% fuel efficiency you’ll be saving money while riding in a flashy, freshly designed Volvo semi. Money for a Volvo car maybe? Think Volvo, think semis.

Volvo SuperTruck in Photos

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Mack Offers Light-Weight Solution for Concrete Mixer Applications

With industrial revolutions happening in every aspect of our nation. Trucking company has revolutionized its 11 liter by making it fifty one pounders lighter while still holding all of its power needed to move a semi. It is no surprise that lighter is better and understanding power to weight ratios will be crucial in development.

Key Takeaways:

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  • Mack Trucks is offering a lightweight version of the Mack Granite model, equipped with the 2017 MP 7 11-liter engine and mDrive HD 14-speed automated manual transmission aimed at concrete mixer applications.
  • Combined with a two-speed coolant pump, the new features help increase MP7 fuel efficiency by up to 2.1%, according to Mack.
  • Mack Granite models for concrete mixer applications also come standard with Mack ClearTech One, a single-package Exhaust Aftertreatment System that frees up frame rail space and reduces weight by approximately 17 pounds.

“The MP 7 11-liter engine received improvements for 2017, simplifying maintenance and improving efficiency. The MP7 is about 51 pounds lighter with up to 425 horsepower and 1,560 lb.-ft. of torque.”

http://www.truckinginfo.com/channel/products/news/story/2016/09/mack-offers-light-weight-solution-for-concrete-mixer-applications.aspx

Luxury Owners More Likely To Accept Driverless Cars

With technology taking off at an exponential rate, it will be no surprise that we are going to eventually see driverless cars. The first demographic group that will likely be targeted could potentially be the wealthy. Knowing that those who can afford the nicer things easily separates the high class from the middle class, but for how long?

Key Takeaways:

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  • Cars that drive on there own.
  • What does someone thing about cars that drive on there own
  • Not everyone would like a car that drives on its own.

“According to one new study, your feelings about tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles may depend on what you drive today.”

http://www.lctmag.com/vehicles/news/715623/luxury-owners-more-likely-to-accept-driverless-cars

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