How to Select Diesel Engine Fluids for Affordable Maintenance

Posted on: 16 May 2017
The massive competition in the trucking industry has eroded profit margins and forced some owner-drivers of diesel trucks out of business. However, you can carefully select the diesel engine fluids that you use in your truck in order to cut maintenance costs. This article discusses some of those tips and tricks that you can use to cut diesel maintenance costs and stay profitable.  Use Low Sulphur Fuel Many jurisdictions have regulations governing the magnitude of emissions that heavy goods vehicles can emit.
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What the Puddles Underneath Your Car May Mean

Posted on: 2 May 2017
It is normally possible for car owners to detect developing problems early before those problems escalate to a level where they will be costly to fix. Your five senses can be a valuable ally in this effort of spotting problems before they get worse. This article discusses what the fluids that you see under your car may mean. Yellowish Green or Blue Fluids Pastel blue, yellowish-green or orange fluids pooling under your car may indicate that your car engine is overheating.
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Rookie Truck Drivers: Safety Tips for Your Initial Trucking Trips

Posted on: 27 April 2017
If you have just joined the truck driving profession, then welcome aboard. The business is all about doing deliveries and ensuring that business ventures have all they need to keep their enterprises going. From the petroleum industry to ordinary retail business, trucking is the backbone of many logistics and supplies departments. With this job, you will make many trips to destinations you may or may not be familiar with. You will also be dealing with a large vehicle weighing several tonnes, which comes with its fair share of risks and safety concerns.
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Recommended Maintenance for Your Vehicle's Brakes

Posted on: 21 April 2017
Maintaining your vehicle's brakes on a regular basis will ensure your vehicle passes any roadworthy inspections needed before you get a renewed registration sticker and will also keep you safe when on the road. Changing the brake pads is one of the most basic and vital steps of maintenance, but it's not the only one; note a few other ways you can properly maintain your car's brakes so the car is always ready for any inspection and you're always safe on the road.
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