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Improve your experience on the road with a variety of tips on how to keep you healthy and fit, fuel pricing in different regions, and other truck owner information. Learn more with International Used Truck Centers below!
Spring is upon us — that means green milkshakes for St. Patrick’s Day, colored eggs for Easter, and plants in bloom as far as the eye can see. But for truckers, could it mean it a bit more?
Truck drivers travel an average of about 2,000 miles to 3,000 miles a week. Tight schedules and time-sensitive deliveries often leave little room for much else, but your health should always come first.
If you’re considering upgrading your truck’s audio system, you’ve got plenty of options to ensure you get the best possible sound quality. Additionally, you don’t have to make your upgrades all at once; you can…
One of the easiest ways to improve fuel-efficiency is to reduce drag by making the vehicle more aerodynamic. Read some suggestions for aerodynamic enhancements that’ll save…
Are you considering becoming an owner-operator truck driver? One of the most important initial steps is to create a budget, so you know exactly where your expenses are going monthly and yearly!
As the temperatures grow colder around and , you might hear talk of winter truck maintenance and your DEF freezing point. What is DEF freeze and how does it affect your driving?
Everyone knows that used vehicles offer terrific savings compared to brand new models in , but what about used vs. certified pre-owned semi trucks? You can find a great deal in either category, but there are few key differences to keep in mind.
When you spend so much time driving through and , it’s important to make sure you’re prepared for anything you could need on the road. That’s why it’s so important to learn how to spec a truck properly.
how do semi-trucks manage to stay so reliable and effective as they cross the country? It starts with highly specialized engine blocks with transmissions designed to keep the engine at the most efficient speed, hence the advanced series of semi-truck gears…
It’s a common myth that Cummins is owned by auto manufacturers like Ford or Chrysler. In fact, Cummins Turbo Technologies is an independent company that manufactures and markets a complete line of diesel and natural gas-powered engines…