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Sunbelt Rentals Draws on Data to Improve Decision Making, Increase Uptime, and Meet Industry Challenges

Posted by mark on April 6, 2022 - 10:00 AM
Inflation, driver shortages, and supply chain challenges are some of the many factors that cannot be controlled in the fleet industry today. By partnering with FleetNet America, companies can analyze data to drive decision-making, improve costs, and increase uptime. Find out how working with FleetNet America is saving Sunbelt Rentals on repairs.
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Increasing Efficiency by Bringing Maintenance to Remote Locations

Posted by Jeremy Mikell on November 15, 2021 - 1:46 PM
With drivers and technicians in the trucking industry being in shorty supply OnYard is critical for scheduling preventative maintenance PM on your fleets. Learn more about FleetNet America by calling 877-559-9640. Read more.
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Reduce Roadside Violations, Improve Safety with Proper Tire Care

Posted by Jeremy Mikell on February 22, 2021 - 2:21 PM

Proper tire care and maintenance are critical to safety.

Driving on improperly inflated, worn out or damaged tires is dangerous and against Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations. The good news is potential tire-condition violations can be avoided.

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VMRS Codes Speeds Maintenance, Reporting for Fleets

Posted by Jeremy Mikell on January 29, 2021 - 12:37 PM

Data is a pool today's fleets can either drown in or swim in, and when used correctly, information can unlock savings and improve efficiency.


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Understanding the Dashboard in a Heavy-duty Truck

Posted by Rocky Carroll on September 26, 2017 - 8:02 AM

What your dashboard gauges and warning lights are really indicating   

Your next loading dock is 45 minutes away. With a quick glance at the dashboard, you notice the fuel level is low, and the tire inflation light is on. Should you pull over to fuel up and check out the problem or is it safe to continue driving? While some dashboard lights and instruments indicate emergency situations, others notify the driver of issues that could be concerning if they aren’t serviced soon.

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What is VMRS?

Posted by Rocky Carroll on September 14, 2017 - 8:03 AM

Why is VMRS important for fleet maintenance?

While some breakdowns may be unavoidable, you might be surprised at the number of equipment issues that could be prevented with the right information about your fleet. But how do you get that info?

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Preparing for Brake Safety Day

Posted by Tim Moore on August 8, 2017 - 8:01 AM

When was your last brake inspection?

Since 1998, more than 3.4 million truck brakes have been inspected as a result of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) Operation Airbrake Program. Each year, this program hosts Brake Safety Days across the United States, Canada and Mexico to ensure commercial vehicle brake systems are in proper working condition. The next event is coming up on September 7.

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Electrical Systems in Heavy-duty Vehicles

Posted by Tim Moore on June 26, 2017 - 9:13 AM

Getting to know the electrical system

Which electrical component is the primary power source for a vehicle when it’s running?

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Understanding Drum Brakes and Disc Brakes

Posted by Tim Moore on June 13, 2017 - 1:14 PM

Heavy duty truck brakes

Did you know it usually takes the length of two football fields for a semi-truck traveling at 65 mph to stop moving when brakes are operating normally? Because big rigs have longer stopping distances, it’s important to understand the different types of brakes, how they function, and how to maintain them so you can drive and stop safely. Commercial vehicles have air brake systems that are equipped with drum or disc brakes (or both) — the information below can help you understand each type.

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How Preventive Maintenance Saves Companies Money

Posted by Paige Stewart on April 4, 2017 - 9:47 AM

Control maintenance costs with routine check-ups

Like with any car or passenger truck, heavy-duty vehicle components simply last longer with routine care. Failing to maintain equipment could result in the immediate need for repairs or replacements — costs many fleets aren’t prepared for on short notice. A preventive maintenance (PM) program can be budgeted throughout the year in small, regular installments, and help you avoid paying for repairs at unscheduled times.

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