Even with a variety of developments in commerce and information sharing, trucking remains an important part of the backbone of the American economy. No matter how goods are bought and sold, they still need to be delivered. If you own or operate a trucking service, that delivery can be an excellent way to make a reliable living.
Unfortunately, if you don’t stay ahead of the maintenance curve, that living might become more challenging. Staying ahead of potential breakdowns can help guarantee you stay on the road and avoid expensive overhauls that can eat into your time as much as your profits.
Below, you’ll find a guide to some signs you should be aware of that might signal a need for maintenance for your truck. Vigilance is an important tool in the fight against wear and tear, but it’s only an effective tool if you have a solid idea of what you need to be looking out for.