Electric vehicles are now a reality, and the service that those vehicles require is completely new to trained mechanics and technicians who will have to adapt.
Maintaining upfits is vital to fleet managers and their employees. This article describes some challenges you may have to take on, and mistakes you’ll want to avoid.
Mitchell 1 recently compiled general knowledge maintenance and service tips as a resource for commercial vehicle service professionals.
Decisiv data shows that service event data indicates an increase in asset utilization as states across the U.S. continue to reopen their economies.
Tips and best practices from industry experts on how to best manage your trailer service process.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the economy, slowing many aspects of business operations. As an essential industry, trucking continued to operate and the service shops did too.
The tough economic landscape of COVID-19 has led fleets to seek financial relief wherever they can. While the thought of abandoning planned asset replacement strategy could be tempting in the short term, these cycles help to avoid variable expenses that can lead to budgetary concerns down the road.
SRM streamlines interactions into one connected service platform, managing complex repair events and maximizing asset utilization.
Redeploying fleets after long periods of idle time can be difficult for many reasons.
Whenever electric vehicles become more commonplace, fleets will need to be ready for the differences between those trucks and the diesel powered models.
Management of warranty claims can go a long way for fleets when looking for ways to reduce spending and improve efficiency.
Fleets are looking at how to integrate electric trucks into their operations, but have been met with obstacles that are slowing their transition from diesel vehicles.
Vision Truck Group is reporting that paperless capabilities of Decisiv SRM are a game changer for addressing the impact of COVID-19 on its shop operations.
The universal language of vehicle maintenance reporting standards isn’t just shop talk. A fleet’s entire support network can benefit from what the codes reveal.
As the trucking industry rises to meet critical needs during the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, Mack Trucks and Volvo Trucks North America continue to support customers and dealers with parts availability.