• The percentage of vehicles equipped with automated manual transmissions (AMTs) continues to grow – in fact, almost 40 percent of new Mack trucks sold last year were spec’d with a Mack® mDRIVE™.

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  • Anyone who manages a fleet of vehicles has heard these words from their drivers before – turns hard, won’t turn, locks up, hangs up, oversteers, feels shaky, runs noisy.

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  • When the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s eastern region faces big problems, they turn to the heavyweights of their fleet — Mack® trucks. From snow and ice to tornadoes, washouts and rock slides, their Mack Granite® and Pinnacle™ models can handle it. And when there isn’t a big problem, their Macks keep the highways open by getting pavement patched before a small problem gets out of hand.

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  • Learn how REMACK® fuel injectors ensure optimal fuel use in today’s high-performing engines at MackTrucks.com/AftermarketAdvisor.

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  • Learn how using Mack EOS-4.5 engine oil can extend your drain intervals and decrease downtime for your fleet at MackTrucks.com/AftermarketAdvisor.

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  • The old saying "If you want something done right, do it yourself" applies in spades to J.L. Storedahl and Sons. The Kelso, Washington-based company hauls aggregates and stone used for road building in southwest Washington.

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  • Long-term success in a competitive field like drayage requires adaptability and a willingness to explore new technologies and practices. At Seattle-based Graham Trucking, success meant upgrading their aging fleet, even though many of their older Mack® trucks were still performing well, some after decades of use. Improved fuel mileage, lower repair costs and more driver amenities made the new models an obvious choice.

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  • Here’s a statistic that may surprise you: on average, weather-related delays cost trucking companies between $2.2 billion and $3.5 billion annually, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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  • The suspension systems on today’s trucks are lighter — and tougher — than ever before. And that’s good news for fleet owners and the industry in terms of reduced fuel use and longer maintenance intervals.

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  • Your vehicles can take a beating in the winter thanks to de-icing agents, snow piles and potholes. And while many winter hazards are unavoidable, there’s one move you can make right now to protect your vehicles from preventable damage – not just during the winter but all year long.

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