Wayne Township’s new propane-powered Blue Bird buses are funded in part by a $45,000 grant from the Indiana Office of Energy Development.
FleetLine shocks are designed as a direct replacement for commercial OE shocks, and are built to meet or exceed OE specifications and quality standards.
The EPA funds will go toward replacing two of Rocky River City School District’s older buses. Meanwhile, Head Mechanic Eric Wrath earns a statewide honor.
NAFTC’s free, three-day training course will be offered in Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Oregon over the next few months.
A new LED kit from Rotary lift illuminates the work area for technicians working on buses and trucks on heavy-duty vehicle lifts.
The Roadmaster RM234 EM is a premium regional all-position tire made for high-scrub applications.
Lawson Products Inc. acquires Perfect Products Company of Michigan, a full-service fastener, bolt, nut, clip, and screw distribution company for domestic and imported vehicles.
The new MicroLab Series all-in-one, automated lubricant analysis systems offer the ability to perform oil analysis on location.
Avoid high repair bills and excessive down time by learning key principles for diagnosing electrical issues in school buses.
The Professional Diesel Injector-Seat Cleaning Kit features three distinct types of brushes: helix brushes with a specially engineered tip for deep seat cleaning; two-stage brushes for seat and inner seat-hole cleaning; and bore brushes for all bore and tube wall cleaning.
TPX Power Source has launched an all-in-one diagnostic scan tool dedicated to school buses.
New features include a vocational model guide in the "Favorites" section to allow specific ratings pages to be bookmarked.
NAFTC's three-day Propane Autogas Vehicle Technician Training is designed for automotive instructors, technicians and fleet managers. The next session is scheduled for April.