Power struggles between operations and maintenance can cost you in downtime and money.
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By Oliver Patton
Everyone has a towing horror story. Here's what the good guys are doing to take some of the sting out the experience.
By Jim Beach
Today's truck technology and computing power can predict failures before they happen.
By Evan Lockridge, Contributing Editor
Tire problems account for half of roadside breakdowns. A well-run inspection program will save time and money.
By Tom Berg & Steve Sturgess
Effective management means identifying the things that cripple trucks, and dealing with them before they become emergencies.
By Tom Berg
This extended daycab continues an aerodynamic revolution started by KW a quarter-century ago.
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Freightliner's Cascadia meets customer demands and gives a little more in the bargain.
By Steve Sturgess, Executive Editor
It's a driver's truck for its quietness and handling. And it's an owner's truck for its low maintenance and repairability.
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