Cold temperatures, moisture, and exposure to ice and snow removal chemicals can impact truck and trailer braking systems. Here are some tips for preventing winter-related harm.
The vehicle, part of a Siemens-led demonstration project, can be powered via overhead electric lines.
Selecting the right tire type and maintaining proper inflation levels can help improve traction on ice and snow covered roads.
Though not quite at the level of October, November’s orders still an indication freight demand remain elevated and is encouraging the purchase of new equipment.
Cross-country trip delivered four 12-ft. Christmas trees from a farm in the state of Washington to the Naval Observatory in Washington D.C.
Lubricant maker believes low viscosity FA-4 formulations will begin to “take hold” in the trucking market around 2019 or 2020.
Having your truck prepared for winter can make the difference between being comfortable while sitting out the storm or being miserable.
Slowing down reduces fuel consumption, as does avoiding traffic congestion and improving the aerodynamic profile of your rig.
Firm’s analysis of production backlog indicates demand remains strong for commercial equipment.