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As autumn arrives, the temperature drops and the vibrant leaves begin their transformation. This change in seasons prompts us to consider the challenges that winter will bring. Being fully prepared once winter arrives is essential for maintaining efficiency and maximizing driver and vehicle safety.
Fleet up-time is the backbone of any successful fleet management . When vehicles are consistently available and in optimal working condition, operations run like a well-oiled machine. Read more here.
The Onspot Blog is the ultimate destination for heavy vehicle owners and operators who are determined to arrive safely and punctually. With our extensive knowledge and expertise, we provide you with invaluable tips and insights on how to navigate any road condition and weather adversity.
Winter poses unique challenges for truck mechanics as they strive to keep commercial vehicles safe and operational on icy roads. Read more here.
We all know the feeling when tires lose grip, and the vehicle starts skidding. Controlled skidding in a go-kart could be fun, but a heavy vehicle unexpectedly skidding on a road could cause a very dangerous situation. The skidding is due to the vehicle losing road grip and obviously, this has to do with tires and road surface and how the friction is affected.
What parts in the daily job as a driver of a rescue vehicle will affect the response time? Learn more here
For the commercial driver, the most critical aspects of the job are maintaining uptime, and safety. Accessible information for both of these categories for the driver not only improve margins, they help with the peace-of-mind of the operator, as well as protecting the investment of the vehicle itself. Read more below.
When operating a fleet of vehicles you need to have drivers that can handle the winter equipment in the right way. That saves costs due to miss-use and it increases the delivery performance . Read more here.
With summer gone and fall almost at its end, winter weather will be here soon. The luxury of being able to place weather farther down on the list of delays is starting to diminish. With the upcoming cold, snow, freezing rain, and ice, is your fleet of vehicles prepared?