Preparing your trucks for winter: Nine tips

Nov. 23, 2016
Winter preparation tips for trucks

Wintertime is tough on trucks. For starters, cold temperatures can affect everything from batteries to tire inflation levels, while the chemicals used to keep roadways free of ice and snow increase the risk of corrosion to trucks and trailers alike. To help fleets and drivers cope with winter’s myriad impact on trucking operations, Fleet Owner compiled a list of tips from the RoadPro Family of Brands, Ryder, and TravelCenters of America (TA-Petro). (All photos courtesy of the Virginia Department of Transportation/VDOT)

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