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  • Tire Management Tips for Fleet Drivers

    Tire Safety Week 2022

    It’s Tire Safety Week

    The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association is excited to promote this year’s consumer awareness campaign National Tire Safety Week running from June 27, 2022, through July 3, 2022. According to USTMA’s latest press release, “this annual initiative educates motorists about tire care, safety, and maintenance as an important part of road safety.”

    Tires and tire pressure may not get the street cred they deserve, but here are a few attention-grabbing reasons why you should care. Better tires mean better fuel efficiency, a safer drive and improved stopping ability. For all you fleet drivers that want to save money at the pumps while keeping yourself and others safe on the road, performing maintenance work on your tires is a good start. Here’s what you should know about tire pressure on heavy-duty applications.

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  • Getting To Know Your Suspension - Shocks

    The Importance Of Semi-Truck Shocks

    If you drive a semi-truck, then you know how important it is to keep your suspension in perfect working order. When you hit a bump in the road, your vehicle’s suspension system moves to that the tires can stay on the road. One of the biggest components in your suspension system is the shocks. They dampen the movement of the springs by converting the kinetic energy into thermal energy.

    If you’ve wanted to increase your knowledge on the shocks in your semi-truck, then you’ve come to the right place. Our experts have put together the following article on the ins and outs of your shock absorbers for you to read through. Continue reading to learn more about your semi-truck’s shock absorbers!

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