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  • Colorado Expands Winter Tire Traction Law

    The state of Colorado is bolstering its winter driving restrictions along the mountain stretch of I-70 to create safer roadways for all travelers.

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  • 5 Tire Safety Tips

    Here are five tire safety best practices recommended to fleets before, during and after a haul to promote safer driving conditions and efficient operations.

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  • Get RoadCheck Ready

    RoadCheck’s annual inspection is scheduled for June 4-6, focusing on steering and suspension systems. Approximately 17 trucks and buses are inspected on average every minute during the Roadcheck blitz.
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  • Spring Uptime Tips: Emissions Check

    While transporting heavy cargo by road will likely involve trucks powered by large diesel engines for the foreseeable future, there are steps that fleet operators can take to curb their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reduce the size of their carbon footprints.

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  • RoadCheck Dates Set for 2019

    Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) announced that the annual International RoadCheck will take place June 4-6. 
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  • Preferred Partners Spotlight: Cummins X15 Efficiency Series

    The Cummins X15 Efficiency Series includes the most advanced fuel-saving features, so you get the most out of every drop of diesel fuel, from the optimized cam profile to a new piston structure.

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  • Put Brake Safety on the Top of Your List

    It’s important to make brake safety a top priority in the winter. A well-maintained brake system will reduce stopping distance and contribute to a safer driving experience during colder months.

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  • 4 Reasons to Choose MHC for Your Service Needs

    MHC’s network of dealerships can provide you with the support you need from coast to coast. From quick service repairs to preventative maintenance or roadside assistance, we have the experience and knowledge to keep your fleet running right. 
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  • Maintenance is Key

    Safety is more important than ever in winter months. Having properly working brake and power generation systems, and winter truck accessories like chains, wheel chocks, winter fronts, wiper blades and backup lighting contribute to keeping you and your truck safe.

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  • Brake Safety Week Results Are In

    Enforcement personnel throughout the United States and Canada conducted 35,080 inspections on commercial motor vehicles during this year’s Brake Safety Week
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