In a world where some transportation technology seems to be going backwards — no more moon landings, the scrapping of Concorde, and public transport failures — the fully autonomous vehicle is a wonder of the modern age.
My tire pressure warning light just came on. What do I do now?
Big changes between high and low temperatures that happen in the fall can trigger an alert on your dashboard—one that may leave some drivers wondering what to do next.
Check engine light repairs rise 2.7%
After two years of flat vehicle repair costs for U.S. consumers, 2016 saw a 2.7% increase because of rising labor and auto part costs, according to a new report from CarMD.
Are your drivers pencil whipping their DVIRs?
A small fleet I visited recently was not having its drivers write driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIRs) at all — much less reviewing them for needed/requested repairs that would have saved a considerable amount of money.
Small changes add up when it comes to TCO
Imagine this: By making changes to small chunks of the pie chart that is your operating costs, you can uncover savings that add up big time. Of course, we all know this is completely possible, because the components that make up the total cost of ownership (TCO) of a vehicle ultimately affect each other. But just how much can you save from each of these categories?