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Onspot Spring Maintenance

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, May 15, 2018

Spring is here! The days are getting longer and the streets have been swept clean as motorcycles and classic cars take to the roads once again. During this time of the year it is quite easy to leave the cares of winter behind, especially if the season was a long and harsh one. Although we would like to forget about winter, it is important not to lose sight of vehicle maintenance.

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Traction devices explained - Onspot vs. alternatives

Written by Maritza Hernandez, February 15, 2018

Traction devices allow you to travel safely on slippery roads and in adverse weather conditions. Most people who use these devices navigate in less than optimal conditions because it's their job.

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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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5 Most Scenic Routes in the World

Written by Ulrik Andersson, August 8, 2017

For most drivers, the road is rather a workplace than a source for relaxing experiences. Out of the world’s circa 18 million kilometres of paved roads, most are just transport roads offering nothing but insignificant surroundings. However, some drives offer such breath-taking sceneries, that many find a worthwhile trip for their own sake. What routes are the most scenic in the world is, of course, a matter of personal preferences, but here’s my pick of routes I’d like to drive for the scenery.

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How Onspot Can Improve Your Daily Life

Written by Lucas Gulino, July 20, 2017

Whether you are picking up household waste in isolated villages, driving children to school early in the morning, or delivering to customers awaiting their orders, drivers are almost always on the road. The open road can be great, but sometimes, the conditions can change to much less than favorable in a matter of minutes or even a couple miles.

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Why should I engage Onspot once a month?

Written by Daniel Corriveau, April 21, 2017

Well, you probably know that this is to keep the bearings in good order. But, why do they stay in good condition when they’re rolling? Wouldn’t it be less wear if they’re not engaged and then stay in better condition? Although it may seem contradictory, they should be rolling. Let’s dive into the world of bearings and their lubrication to understand why!

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Why are truck drivers so hard to find?

Written by Boel Haglund, March 16, 2017

Is the truck driver an endangered species? At least it seems like that if we look at reports from many countries – all concluding that carrier companies have a hard time finding good truck drivers to hire. But, what’s the reason for this shortage of drivers? Of course, there is not one single answer to that, and besides, reasons differ from country to country and from region to region. However, I think that the solution to the problem is most certainly many-sided.

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Can I increase traction without any aiding device?

Written by Eric Jones, February 23, 2017

Maybe you’ve been there? The road is becoming icy and slippery and you ought to get out there to mount the snow chains. But you’re in a hurry, so mounting time would cost you another hour of delay or so. And besides, you don’t feel like leaving your warm cab for the freezing cold roadside… So, is there a trick to get traction anyway? Actually, there is a trick that many experienced drivers know of. Yet, it’s a controversial trick. Here’s why!

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Keeping students safe – Five modern school bus technologies to consider for your fleet

Written by Eric Jones, December 23, 2016

Note to you, the blog reader outside the USA! In North America the yellow school busses are a very important part of the society. They are getting a lot more attention than the equivalent school busses in Europe for example. Here you´ll find a blog post made especially for North America. It is always interesting to learn how things develop around the world. Maybe, we can learn something from each other. We believe that you will find this information interesting even though you live outside the North America.

The classic school bus may look similar to those on the road for decades, but major technology changes are increasing student safety. We have assembled a list of five technologies that you may not have heard about that can improve fleet performance and student wellbeing.

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How to compare Automatic Traction Control with the alternatives

Written by Eric Jones, October 25, 2016

Get a grip – one way or another

Yes, you need traction when driving. Losing traction and getting stuck could cause stressing delays, possibly with serious consequences…

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