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Two new families of Leece-Neville heavy-duty alternators have been designed to improve school bus electrical performance: the IdlePro and IdlePro Extreme high-efficiency/high-output alternators.
Half of the state’s 5,582 school buses are more than 15 years old. The state superintendent asks legislators to fund bus replacement as well as driver and technician pay increases.
The school bus contractor’s Ogden operation achieves 100% on its two Utah Highway Patrol inspections for 2016.
TRP’s new catalog is designed to provide a more efficient online parts experience by using industry-standard vehicle maintenance reporting standards codes as a navigation tool.
Alliance Truck Parts’ fan clutch product line grows from four fan clutch rebuild kits to more than 2,000 part numbers. Its clutch product line increases from eight clutches to more than 300 part numbers.
All of Wilson County Schools’ technicians pass the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence exam to obtain the Blue Seal of Excellence.
The new offering from 247Security gives managers key metrics on their video surveillance system and vehicle health.
TRP Engine Oil, TRP Synthetic Transmission Oil, and TRP Synthetic Gear Oil are the newest additions to the supplier’s global catalog.
The data- and analytics-based solutions enable Cummins to monitor engines and deliver real-time fault code alerts.
Prestolite Electric’s IdlePro and IdlePro Extreme alternators are created to help extend battery life and increase vehicle uptime by enhancing engine and electrical system performance.
NAFTC’s Propane Autogas Vehicle Technician Training, which was launched at Blue Bird’s facility in February, is recognized by the Automotive Training Managers Council.