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Roadranger offering computer-based training modules


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Computer-based training modules are available in five areas.
Computer-based training modules are available in five areas.

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The Roadranger organization is now offering computer-based training modules through the group’s Roadranger Academy to commercial vehicle service providers who want to increase their knowledge of drivetrain and hybrid systems.

Reasonably priced and easily accessed 24 hours a day at www.Roadrangeracademy.com, the modules allow users to work at whatever pace they desire, according to Jim Sahli, director of field sales and marketing for Roadranger.

Computer-based training modules for Roadranger systems are available for the following:

• Fuller transmission preventive maintenance training.

• Spicer driveline preventive maintenance training.

• Fuller clutch preventive maintenance training.

• Hybrid electric power systems service training.

• Fuller automated transmission service and diagnostic training.

“The modules may be purchased in any quantity that best fits an organization’s needs,” Sahli said.

Sahli said that yearly subscriptions, which give subscribers unlimited access to all of the Roadranger modules, also are available for purchase.

Purchasing a subscription gives technicians who are registered under one organization access to all of the modules and associated tests for 12 months.

“It is important to note that once training has been completed on any one module it will no longer be available,” Sahli said. “Customers with multiple technicians are encouraged to purchase enough programs to ensure that everyone receives training.”

For more information on Roadranger training, as well as other Roadranger products and services, visit www.roadranger.com, where the latest product information is available, as well as service, parts and training assistance, 24 hours a day.

Experts are available in the Roadranger Call Center by dialing (800) 826-4357.

The Trucker staff can be reached to comment on this article at editor@thetrucker.com.

 

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