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What You Need to Know About Overheated Brakes

What You Need to Know About Overheated Brakes

When you are hauling a semi trailer—especially a loaded semi trailer—perhaps no component on your rig is more important than the brakes. If a problem arises with the truck’s engine and it won’t run, that can be inconvenient and cause you to miss a deadline. If the brakes on your truck and/or semi trailer go out, that can be deadly.

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Is Your Fleet Prepared for the “Sunset” of 3G GPS Tracking?

Is Your Fleet Prepared for the “Sunset” of 3G GPS Tracking?

The ability to track trucks and semi trailers using GPS (Global Positioning System) technology is essential to efficient and effective operations and fleet management. Using telematics to monitor when and where rigs are traveling can help you reduce fuel usage, complete more jobs in a given time period and provide better customer service, to mention just a few of the advantages.

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Is Cargo in Your Dry Van or Reefer Trailer Secure? How to Ensure It Is.

Is Cargo in Your Dry Van or Reefer Trailer Secure? How to Ensure It Is.

It’s a sound you don’t want to hear: You have just started a trip and you apply the brakes or round a corner and a thud or the cracking of wood tells you that the cargo in the back of your dry van trailer or refrigerated trailer has shifted and something has been damaged. You pull over, open the cargo door and discover that you have some clean-up work to do and will be having an uncomfortable conversation about the cost of whatever has been destroyed.

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10 Important Steps for Securing Loads on Flatbed Semi Trailers

10 Important Steps for Securing Loads on Flatbed Semi Trailers

Many accidents occur every year because an improperly secured load falls off a flatbed semi trailer. In some cases, vehicles behind the trailer strike, or are struck by, objects and are damaged. Flying cargo can also damage property adjacent to the roadway. In addition, the sudden shifting of a load can cause the truck driver to lose control of the rig, resulting in a single-vehicle accident. For these and other reasons, whether you rent a flatbed semi trailer or have your own equipment, it’s vital that you know how to immobilize any loads you haul.

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Overview of Top Semi Trailer and Accessory Manufacturers

Overview of Top Semi Trailer and Accessory Manufacturers

For a casual observer traveling down the highway beside an 18-wheeler, it might seem like all semi trailers are the same. However, the people responsible for hauling, servicing or renting semi trailers know that that’s far from the truth. Not all semi trailers are designed and manufactured the same way. And the same goes for equipment like liftgates and refrigeration units.

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Semi Trailer Rentals and the Convention Industry: Pulling for a Fast Recovery

Semi Trailer Rentals and the Convention Industry: Pulling for a Fast Recovery

It’s estimated that conventions contributed $101 billion to the U.S. economy in 2019. Convention attendees spend money on traveling to the event site, getting around town once they arrive, booking hotel rooms, dining out, enjoying entertainment and much more. In fact, even before they leave home there is money spent on everything from new clothes to business supplies for the event.

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