Maintenance

Alberta School Bus Tech Punches Ticket to America's Best

The second Canadian province officially joined the America’s Best school bus family when an Alberta representative punched his ticket to participate in the America’s Best Training and Skills competition for technicians and inspectors this fall in Kansas City.

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The Importance of a Defined Maintenance Policy and Program

A recent report in a trucking publication indicated that the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) declared the trucking company John A. Robles, doing business as J and J Transportation and based out of Worcester, Massachusetts, USDOT No. 2497430, to be an imminent hazard to public safety and ordered that it immediately cease all intrastate and interstate operations.

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Feeling Salty?

Jason Johnson, the service equipment manager at Horseshead Central School District, not far from the New York-Pennsylvania border, said the biggest challenge with brake service is the winter elements. Along with snow and ice comes corrosive road salt, or sodium chloride.

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Rotary Lift Introduces Video Series to Quickly Answer FAQs

MADISON, Ind. — Rotary Lift is drawing on its more than 90 years of experience designing and manufacturing vehicle lifts to answer frequently asked lift operation, maintenance and installation questions in a new video series dubbed “90 Second Know How.” These short videos cover light-duty and heavy-duty lifts, including two-post lifts, four-post lifts and inground lifts.

Catching Problems Before They Happen

Diagnosing a health issue can be difficult minus the signs that something is wrong. That’s why it’s so important to pay close attention to the sniffles and sneezes, as well as coughs, aches and pains.

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