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  • How to Achieve Maximum Truck Uptime

    Being diligent with maintenance and having a dedicated maintenance schedule is so important to your business. Whether you are managing maintenance yourself, or working with your full-service maintenance team, you can increase uptime with a good maintenance schedule.

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  • Ramping Up for Roadcheck

    The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) postponed International Roadcheck earlier this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The inspection initiative has been rescheduled for Sept. 9-11.

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  • The Importance of Tire Management

    It’s better for fleets to have a proactive, rather than reactive, approach when it comes to truck tires. Here are five major components of an effective tire management program. 

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  • 5 AC Tips to Stay Cool This Summer

    During a hot summer your truck’s AC system may work even harder than its heater did during the winter, so make sure it’s working correctly and efficiently with these five simple checks.

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  • Keeping You in Your Lanes

    As customers rely on deliveries, MHC dealers make sure trucks are in ready condition when they hit the road. Here is a helpful inspection checklist to ensure your truck is running optimally.

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  • Additional Sanitation Efforts to Keep Customers & Employees Safe

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, all MHC locations will take the following measures to protect customers and employees.

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  • Spring Truck Maintenance Tips

    Trucks take a beating during harsh winter weather. To ensure uptime, here are 8 spring safety tips for your truck.

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  • Choose the Right Air Dryer Cartridge to Protect Your Brakes

    Choosing a high-quality air dryer cartridge will help protect your truck and lower the risk for air and braking system failure.

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  • Know Your Torque Rods

    Damaged torque rods can result in one of the most severe Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Compliance Safety Accountability (CSA) violations, resulting in a 7-point penalty. Damaged torque rods must be replaced immediately.

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  • PACCAR MX Rigorously Tested

    Did you know 90 percent of PACCAR engines will reach 1 million miles without needing a major overhaul? That's a big competitive advantage over other engines on the market.

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