Andrea Mueller from our Recruiting Department shows you how to use tire chains on your tractor trailer. If you want to practice putting them on or have questions, visit Driver’s Lineup in the Springfield, MO terminal, Road Assist, or email email@example.com. Stay safe and remember that you are the “captain of your ship”. If you feel unsafe to drive, find a safe place to pull over and notify your fleet manager.
This Bendix Tech Talk discusses the operation and maintenance of air compressors on commercial vehicle engines. Topics include spec’ing air compressors, remanufactured compressors, air management system troubleshooting, diagnostics, servicing, and technical support. The Bendix Tech Talk Series, presented by Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC at the annual Mid-America Trucking Show, aims to help educate drivers and fleets about topics such as advanced safety technologies, energy management solutions, CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability), and reduced stopping distance. Information in this video is accurate as of March 21, 2013. For more details, call 1-800-AIR-BRAKE (1-800-247-2725) or visit www.bendix.com. Follow Bendix on Twitter at Log on and learn from the Bendix experts at www.brake-school.com.
It’s important to take good care of the tires on your rig. Tires for a tractor trailer are expensive, so taking care of them and doing what you’re able to make them last as long as possible is a good idea for the savvy big truck owner. No one wants to replace tires any sooner than necessary!
Dave demonstrates checking the air pressure in your tires and inflating them, to get the best value from your investment.
Trucker Tips for New Drivers: Getting Organized Before Departure
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This video highlights the benefits of the Bendix® ADB22X™ and ADB22X-LT air disc brakes, manufactured by Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC (BSFB). The ADB22X and ADB22X-LT air disc brakes are part of the complete Bendix lineup of proven wheel-end solutions that exceed the federal stopping distance requirements mandated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The ADB22X is the only air disc brake approved at all major truck and trailer OEMs, and is currently on nearly 90% of the air disc brake installations in North America. Bendix air disc brakes offer a lightweight design proven to significantly reduce stopping distance and extend brake system life for commercial vehicles. Bendix air disc brakes also offer and fast and easy pad replacement, improving uptime for fleets. In 2011, the Bendix ADB22X air disc brake attained standard position on the steer axle of all Peterbilt® Motors Company Class 8 truck models. In 2016, BSFB reached a milestone when it manufactured its 1.5 millionth Bendix ADB22X air disc brake at the company’s state-of-the-art wheel-end production facility in Bowling Green, Ky., which began producing the air disc brakes in 2005. Bendix® foundation drum brakes, disc brakes, automatic slack adjusters, and combination spring brakes are produced and made available by Bendix Spicer Foundation Brake LLC under the Bendix® brand name. For more information, call 1-800-AIR-BRAKE (1-800-247-2725) or visit www.bendix.com. Follow BSFB on Twitter at
Love’s Emergency Roadside Service gets you back on the road quickly. With hundreds of Love’s Truck Tire Care locations nationwide, our certified technicians are available 24 hours a day. To see how Love’s lowers your cost per mile, visit
It’s a strong value equation: In the time required to complete one drum brake shoe change, you can complete four air disc brake pad changes. Plus, maintenance costs for ADBs are just one quarter of the cost of drum brake maintenance. Watch this video to see for yourself. For more information about industry-leading Bendix® air disc brakes, visit www.bendix.com, or call 1-800-AIR-BRAKE (1-800-247-2725). Follow Bendix on Twitter at