Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Equipment
Arrow Truck Sales introduces new warranty program

Arrow Truck Sales introduces new warranty program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Arrow Truck Sales has introduced ConfidencePLUS Comprehensive Coverage Program, a 90-day, 25,000 mile comprehensive warranty program available on 2005 or newer Class 8 and medium-duty trucks.

Doran, SafetyTrax AVL collaborate for new web app

Doran, SafetyTrax AVL collaborate for new web app

CINCINNATI — Doran Manufacturing has announced a collaborative integration project with SafetyTrax AVL to provide fleets with a web-based software application that provides real-time updates for global position and vehicle tracking indicators along with tire pressures and temperatures for every vehicle in a fleet.

Kiser offers new lighting system for tandem area

Kiser offers new lighting system for tandem area

DAYTON, Ohio — Kiser Industries has announced the availability of an exterior trailer lighting system that allows drivers to see the rear tandems while turning corners or docking trucks.

MAXXCARE loyalty program winners announced

MAXXCARE loyalty program winners announced

FORT SMITH, Ark. — Members of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company’s UNI-MAXX TRUCK CARE on-highway service network — Wingfoot Commercial Tire Systems LLC, a subsidiary of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company; Boss Truck Shops Inc., a subsidiary of Bosselman Inc.; and Highway Service Ventures/Patriot Farms Flying J — have announced the winners of the MAXXCARE loyalty rewards program Million Point Giveaway promotion.

Phillips introduces new socket technology

Phillips introduces new socket technology

TAMPA, Fla. — Phillips Industries has unveiled its Sta-Dry Tracker, a new electrical socket technology that the company says will significantly upgrade and improve the connection between the tractor and trailer, saving fleets downtime and money.

EPA looks into Navistar's 'transition engines'; OEM says actions appropriate

EPA looks into Navistar's 'transition engines'; OEM says actions appropriate

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is looking into 7,600 “transition engines” Navistar built in 2009 that the agency says weren’t properly certified under the Clean Air Act.

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