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4 Tips for Passing Your Next Roadside Inspection

Do your drivers get nervous stopping at an inspection station? You can alleviate much of their stress by making sure you have good systems in place - and that starts long before the actual roadside inspection. Download this eBook now and learn four tips for passing roadside inspections.

Full Service Lease: Get more from your fleet for less

This report illustrates the results achieved by three different companies when they questioned whether it was better to lease or own their fleet. How did their decision affect not only their transportation costs, but how their business runs?

How Ultracapacitors Improve Starting Reliability for Truck Fleets

Today’s trucks demand more energy from batteries than ever before, and batteries alone are no longer keeping up. To solve the frustrating problem of discharged batteries that can’t start the truck, fleet managers and operators are turning to ultracapacitor engine start technology for Class 6–8 trucks.

Cell Phone Tracking: Why You Might Want To Think Twice

Are you interested in tracking your vehicles, assets, or maybe even an employee, but not sure if vehicle-installed or cell phone GPS tracking is the better method?

The Evolution of Trailer Suspension Damping: A Guide to Best Practices

Educate yourself on the evolution of trailer suspension damping methods to better manage long-term costs.

ELD Mandate: Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions about the ELD Mandate are presented and answered here in this informative eBook.

How to Introduce GPS Tracking to Your Employees

Fleet Managers across the country are quickly turning to GPS tracking software for all of the benefits the technology offers, but many of them don’t know how to introduce the program to their employees.

Best Practices for Managing Driver Risk in Distribution Fleets

Transportation leaders are using video-based driver risk management safety programs to understand the "why" behind what happens on the road. Learn how this empowers them to quickly resolve claims and exonerate drivers, reduce operational expenses, protect their reputations, and change driver behavior to help save lives.

What the New FMCSA Electronic Logging Device Rule Means for Motor Carriers and Truck Drivers

Nearly all in the trucking industry are aware of the new Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) mandate for electronic logging devices (ELD). However, there are many nuances to the rule that companies and drivers should also understand.

Driver Monitoring Myth vs. Reality

The gap between myth and reality of driver monitoring and safety can make a huge impact on your business' risk exposure. Learn how you can avoid three common myths that can put your business at risk.

Spec’ing the Right Fifth Wheel Maximizes Efficiency and Productivity

This easy-to-use Fifth Wheel Selection Guide simplifies the process with step-by-step procedures, ensuring the best fit for your application. Learn more about spec’ing your next fifth wheel.

Is Your Business Ready for the ELD Mandate?

This white paper will cover the current landscape of HOS, the new ELD mandate, who must comply, and what fleets need to do to meet the new regulations.

What Do Today’s Fleet Professionals Think of GPS Tracking Technology?

More than 1,100 business owners, fleet operators, and general managers participated in a recent survey regarding their biggest fleet management challenges – and how they use technology to solve them.

Improve Fleet Performance by Changing Driver Behavior

GPS vehicle tracking provides a powerful tool for managing your vehicles more effectively, helping you control fleet costs and improving productivity. Fleet operation isn’t just about the vehicles but also the people who drive them.

The Impact of the Low Carbon Fuel Standard and Cap and Trade Programs on California Retail Diesel Prices

A report done for the California Trucking Association examines the effects of the state's Low Carbon Fuel Standard and Cap and Trade program.

Barriers to the Increased Adoption of Fuel Efficiency Technologies

A new fleet survey and research conducted by The North American Council for Freight Efficiency has identified what stands between fleets and better fuel economy.

Reman Parts Gaining More Favor with Truck Operators

Remanufactured components are a smart price-point alternative for fleets of all sizes and vehicles of all ages given the current market economic conditions. Meritor examines this trend in a whitepaper.

Traffic Violations are on the Rise: How Fleets Can Prepare

Fuel, insurance, preventive maintenance and repairs are generally accepted as standard operating costs for fleets. What about vehicle-issued violations, such as parking, toll and photo enforcement tickets?

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