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Leonard D'Orlando

About Leonard D'Orlando

Leonard has four years with Onspot Automatic Tire Chains in North America. Four years as a field technician on the East Coast and one year as the current Midwest Regional Sales Manager. During the four years as a field technician Leonard provided install and service training to dealers. Leonard also performed fleet reviews for customers and provided technical service support. An alumnus from the University of Maine, Leonard graduated with a B.A. in English and a concentration in Education. Leonard also attended Texas State Technical College where he earned an associate’s degree in automotive mechanics.

Keeping the wheels turning: Today’s Truck Technology

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, September 10, 2017

Through major advances in technology, the trucks of today have surpassed the trucks of yesterday in terms of efficiency and safety. Today, not only can fleet owners and mechanics track the location of their trucks, they are also able to get real time diagnostic data while the truck is on the road. The drivers of these trucks also benefit from new advances in technology accomplishing the majority of their work from the safety and security of the cab.

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How to keep Accurate Records? The Onspot Fleet Review Program

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, June 5, 2017

Ever wonder what would happen if we did not have accurate records for certain things in our lives. Say for example you go to see the doctor or the dentist and they did not have any record of your medical history or any record of what took place during your last visit.  The same could be said for your home or car. Service work was done but there were no records kept.  Imagine driving with no license, registration, or proof of insurance.  Although not as critical as these scenarios, the same does hold true when talking about keeping accurate records of your Onspot chain system.

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Onspot Spring Maintenance

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, April 19, 2017

Spring is finally here. Although the start of spring in the USA officially began on March 20th the winter season would not go quietly.  On the East coast, for example, a wintry mix of snow and ice started off the month of April.  Now, however, the colder weather truly seems to be behind us as streets are swept clean, motorcycles take to the roads and classic cars come out of storage.   During this time of the year there is also a focus by many towns and cities to start spring maintenance on their equipment and vehicles.  

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