Running a successful logistics business requires a substantial investment in fleet, servicing, and maintenance. Notably, it is easy to repair a truck that has broken down near your depot. However, the same cannot be said for breakdowns that occur while in transit. Not only are such repairs challenging to address with standard repair services, but they can also delay deliveries and affect the reputation of your company. Therefore, you must work closely with onsite truck repair services because your logistics company stands to gain a lot.
22 December 2020
If you've been unfortunate enough to be involved in a recent car crash, you may be waiting to hear what happens next. You are dealing with the insurance company, of course, and they have sent an assessor to determine the extent of the damage. As you may know, it will be up to this expert to advise their head office who will, in turn, let you know if the car is repairable or not.
6 October 2020
Your car's radiator regulates the temperature in your engine. While this system works fine most of the time, you'll run into trouble if your radiator develops a problem or fails. You should get some signs when this happens. What are they? 1. Your Engine Overheats The most obvious sign of a radiator problem is overheating in your engine. If this happens, the temperature gauge on your dashboard should show you that things are running hot.
18 August 2020
One of the most intricate systems in your vehicle is the auto electric system. And as if older cars were not outfitted with a complicated enough electric system, new-age vehicles that rely on internal combustion are characterised by their detailed electrics. The more wires and extensive cabling in place, the higher the likelihood that neglect will lead to multiple issues with the electric system. While some minor problems can be easily fixed, such as using jumper cables to start your vehicle, others will need professional attention if you are to keep driving your vehicle and keep safe while at it.
15 June 2020