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Replacing the fuel pump hose inside the tank. This truck had many hands on it before I got to it.
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We respond to emergency incident responses, much like this one. This truck got stuck in some muddy grass while taking a wide turn. The front wheels got lodged into the mud and couldn’t power through it.
We used one of our more powerful trucks to recover the semi and get it back on its way. To learn more about our towing services, visit our website at www.pro-tow.com.
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GoodYear DuraTrac Wrangler Tire Review Testing 8″ Of Snow In 2WD! Tyers Start Stop Hill Ice Mud. Choosing a winter tire that both provides excelent traction in snow, ice, mud and wet pavment is hard to find all whie not being to noisy on the road. The GoodYear Duratracs are a great example of a tire that can really do it all!. Bearing the moutain Snowflake stamp rendering it as a real true snow tire means that it will provide good safe driving when the conditions turn bad.
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Volvo Smart Truck A smartphone on wheels: here’s how tomorrow’s intelligent trucks work
Volvo Smart Truck Personalised, predictive and always driveable. Tomorrow’s intelligent truck is more similar to a smartphone on wheels than a traditional vehicle.
“Within a few years this is going to revolutionise productivity in the transport industry,” says Hayder Wokil, Director Quality & Uptime at Volvo Trucks.
Today there are about 175,000 online-connected Volvo Smart Trucks on Europe’s roads. A number of Volvo Smart Trucks can already today send information about when they need maintenance and some of the necessary service work can even be administrated remotely. This, however, is just the beginning.
“In coming few years, for instance, the Volvo Smart Truck will be able to monitor its own health in real time, promoting easier and quicker service which leads to higher productivity for all concerned – drivers, workshops and haulage firms,”
In the future the Volvo Smart Truck will also make workshop administration easier by booking its own service as and when necessary, booking the appropriate mechanics for the relevant jobs and advance-ordering the necessary Volvo Smart Truck parts for delivery to the workshop. Repairs will be able to be performed wherever the truck happens to be and will be carried out at an appropriate time in its working schedule.
“Service will be synchronised with the truck’s operating timetable and will be booked at the nearest workshop at a time when the vehicle would in any case not be in operation , for instance at night or when the driver has to take a legislated break. Via online connectivity the truck will also be able to carry out simple self-repairs remotely,” relates Hayder Wokil.
As the connectivity potential for trucks continues developing, vehicles will be able to be specified to suit each individual assignment, which in turn promotes more efficient operation.
“The next generation of trucks will be increasingly personalised and will for example be able to be tailored to match the operator’s needs and driving style. It will also be able to update its own configuration to suit specific transport assignments,” explains Hayder Wokil.
One important prerequisite for utilising the benefits of connectivity is the collection of large quantities of data.
According to Per Adamsson, Director Strategy & Business Development at Volvo Group Telematics, today’s trucks will follow the trend shown by smartphones in recent years. In the automotive industry there is talk about ‘The Smartphone on Wheels Evolution’.
“In the near future trucks will be able to communicate with other road users as well as with mobile remotely enabled devices such as cycle helmets, helping to cut the risk of accidents and reducing unplanned standstills,” reveals Per Adamsson.
Four future trends in the transport industry
1. Smart services
In addition to predicting faults, truck manufacturers will in another few years be able to better understand why faults occur in the first place – before they occur. The vehicle will also be able to rectify minor faults on its own and issue an alert and book its own service before a problem arises.
2. Less administration
In the future, service will involve far less administration for the haulage firm and workshop since the truck will be able to handle most of this itself, such as booking service and downloading and updating its own on-board software.
3. Connected devices
In the future all the products around us, such as watches, jackets and cycle helmets, will be able to communicate directly with one another as long as the connection adds values. Tomorrow’s wristwatch, for example, will not just show the time, it will also be able to monitor the Volvo Smart Truck driver’s pulse and issue an alert and even activate autopilot if something happens to the driver.
The more information the truck manufacturer has about who is behind the wheel and who owns the truck, the easier it becomes to individually tailor the truck to match specific driving styles and transport assignments.
Self Driving Trucks driving autonomously on motorways. Transport efficiency will increase, traffic will be safer for all road users, and fuel consumption and CO2 emissions will be further reduced. To do this Mercedes Self Driving Truck connects existing assistance systems with enhanced sensors to the “Highway Pilot” system. Mercedes Self Driving Truck / Autonomous driving is already
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