Winter often means snow-covered and icy roads. Experienced truckers know that the lighter the load, the less traction the tires have. Even trucks hauling heavy loads can lose traction in snow and ice. One of the most important things about driving a commercial motor vehicle during adverse weather conditions is to maintain vehicle traction. Ice, snow, and high winds all work towards reducing traction as well as visibility.
Tire chains are one of the best tools to help maintain traction when the road surfaces are covered in winter precipitation. In this video we will show you how to install tire chains on your commercial vehicle. Extreme conditions are not the best time to learn how to install tire chains, so inspect them and practice installing prior to needing to actually use them!
Please remember, even though you might have great traction and the experience to drive in less-than-perfect road conditions, the other driver might not!
Levin Tire & Service Center carries one of the largest tire inventories in Northwest Indiana, including respected brands such as Goodyear and Michelin, all at guaranteed everyday low prices. We also provide complete automotive service and repair, from basic oil changes and tire repair, to computerized engine analysis, engine repair, heating and air conditioning system repair, and much more. We service all vehicle makes and models, foreign and domestic. We use state-of-the-art equipment and tools and always use high quality parts. All of our technicians are ASE certified and are continually trained on quality and safety standards. And because Levin Tire is a member of the Goodyear Tire and Service Network, all of our work is guaranteed at over 2,000 locations nationwide.
For over 85 years Firestone Ag Tires have been providing American farmers with the durable, reliable tires. We have a long history and are excited to continue serving our customers with exceptional quality and trust.
Truck and Trailer Auction
This asset is for sale in an absolute, no-reserve Internet auction by Purple Wave on January 18, 2018
View a detailed listing of this item and place bids at
2001 Kenworth W900B semi truck
821,212 miles on odometer
29,868 hours on meter
Caterpillar C15 14.6L L6 turbo diesel engine
Eaton Fuller 14613 13 speed manual transmission
Inter-axle differential lock
AC and heat
Air suspension seat
Air ride cab
Aerocab K175257 sleeper
Rear climate control
Aluminum headache rack
Dual exhaust stack
Dual fuel tanks
GVWR 48,000 lbs
FAWR 12,000 lbs
It’s located in Dallas, TX, and we’re selling it to the highest bidder regardless of price.
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Mobile Repair Service
JC Mobile Truck Repair
Bakersfield, CA, 93307
JC Mobile Truck Repair specializes in Truck Repair services 13 years. We guarantee quality services for the people in Bakersfield CA, give us a call at (661) 900-0367.
Trailer Repair, Truck Repair, Mobile Truck Repair, Mobile Truck Mechanic, Tire Change
Introducing Rick’s Mobile Service, Jacksonville Florida’s premier mobile trailer repair company.
We’re proud to be serving the transportation industry with top of the line customer service and unparalleled repairs. Our six service trucks provide a list of services including trailer fleet maintenance, performing major or minor repairs, and emergency roadside service on a variety of trailers large and small. Rick’s Mobile Service Inc. also offers FHWA inspections, body repairs, suspension and brakes, electrical, floor and roof repairs, as well as custom welding and fabrication using all metal alloy’s and composites.
We accept EFS, Comchecks, and t-Cheks. Call today, you’ll be glad that you did!
Rick’s Mobile Service Inc.
10851 Normandy Blvd
Jacksonville, FL 32221
Emergency winter gear for people that have to deal with snow and ice like I do. In this video we just take a look at the survival gear that I keep in my Tacoma – much of it is gear that I hope you don’t have to use – but it’s all stuff that you should definitely keep with you in the winter. This gear will help you either get to where you need to be, or survive in your car if you absolulutely cannot make it to your destination. Now I know much of the U.S. (and the world) doesn’t have extreme winters like I have here in Colorado – but also there are a lot of places that have worse winters than I do!
DiamondBack Truck Covers –
Items in this video:
Jacket I was wearing –
Plano Tub –
Boot Ice Spikes –
Wool Blanket –
Ice Melt (pet friendly) –
Tire Chains (cam style) –
Mechanix Cold Weather Gloves –
Keen Boot –
Wool socks –
Cooper Discoverer M+S –
Tow Strap –
Hand warmers (i like these, because they are bigger, warmer, and last longer) –
Orange reflective vest –
Pop & Lock – (this one fits 2016+ tacoma)
SOG Prophet 33 Pack –
Mini stove / fire starter –
Yellow Pry/Wrecking bar –
Fiskars Axe –
Folding bolt cutters –
Jump starter / compressor –
Flashing LED Flare –
ACU Jacket – military surplus store
Snow Pants –
Floor Mats –
Music – dizzy by Joakim Karud
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