FALCONER, N.Y. — Are you confident that your lighting and harness system is compliant with CSA and will not fail you?
Truck-Lite has announced the release of multi-faceted training program titled “For CSA, Choose Wisely-Choose Truck-Lite.”
“Vehicle lighting is a prominent area of emphases in the CSA vehicle maintenance category acting as a flag to enforcement and potentially leading to a vehicle review. The importance in specifying and using reliable and trustworthy products should be given significant attention”, Truck-Lite Vice President of Marketing Bob Ives said. “At Truck-Lite, we don’t just sell you a light, we work with you to provide lighting solutions and training that gives you confidence and peace of mind.”
Not all manufacturers of vehicle lighting products are the same, and not all lamps from the same manufacturer are created equal, Ives said.
“When it comes to selecting your lighting provider and lamp options, you need to be informed and make the right choices for your application. The manufacturers and products you install on your vehicle affect your safety and reliability. The better informed you are about the manufacturer and product you choose can lead to a better decision when it comes to your safety, and those driving along beside you.”
At Truck-Lite, lighting and harness training for the end user has always been an important part of the company’s strategy, according to Sherry White, manager of marketing communications and services.
“Over the next couple of weeks with the major launch at the Mid-America Trucking Show, Truck-Lite will be releasing a series of training materials that will help end users make the right lighting choices,” White said. “Some of the materials will include a CSA and lighting brochure with FMCSA regulations, a dedicated web site with frequently asked CSA lighting questions and onsite customer training materials.”
White said the company will showcase Truck-Lite’s Roadside Repair Kit and will be raffling off these kits in the Truck-Lite booth at major trade shows throughout the year.
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