The American Petroleum Institute has approved two new diesel engine oil standards: CK-4 and FA-4. Here’s an explanation of the new categories.
A full complement of Champion products — including ignition parts, filters, wipers, and lighting components — will be available to Yellow Bus Nation’s members.
Be sure your fleet can take the heat with these guidelines for maintaining coolant formulations and monitoring cooling system performance.
Permatex Fast Orange Grease X Mechanic’s Laundry Detergent is designed specifically for automotive technicians.
The technology will enable school bus operators to update engine control modules over a secure Wi-Fi connection.
Fleetio Go is designed to give fleet operations team members instant access to information to collaborate on inspections, maintenance, and other fleet management tasks.
The videos provide step-by-step instructions for installing and maintaining steel and aluminum wheels, Gunite-brand brake drums, and automatic slack adjusters.
V-REX, a drive-on platform lift designed for large vehicles, is available in three lifting capacities and five runway lengths.
School districts can apply for up to $50,000 in Zonar school bus technology hardware in the 2016 NAPT/Don Carnahan Memorial Grant program.
The 160,000 square-foot facility in Washington stocks TRP parts for all makes of buses, in addition to trucks and trailers.
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.