InTu Mobility Blog
Beyond Engines: Innovative Technology for the Efficient Fleet An efficient fleet operation requires flawless fulfillment and delivery performance; which is dependent on real-time data collection and communication between workers in the office and out in the field....read more
How Fleet Owners / Trucking Companies Got Stuck Paying for a Cleaner Environment In 2011 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) introduced The Heavy-Duty National Program, which was designed to create...read more
Why your emission-compliant trucks keep breaking down Buying a truck today is far more complicated than it was years ago. Unfortunately, there is a gap in knowledge and training between the engine manufacturers and the OEM’s. Before we talk about deficits, let’s...read more
Why dealerships can’t (won’t) fix some heavy duty diesel engine problems Your check engine light keeps going on so you bring your semi in to the dealer to fix it. Three weeks later your semi is back in the dealership with the same problem. Ever wonder why your...read more
Fleet maintenance: How warranty repairs ruin the trucking industry and your budget Here’s a huge fleet maintenance problem: Frequent and recurring diesel emission control system related repairs are excused by dealers because of truck manufacturer warranties. Instead...read more
Fleet Downtime: The Real Revenue Killer Maintenance and repairs are costly, but downtime is the real revenue killer. The Forgotten Expense Most Maintenance & Repairs (M&R) budgets today are hemorrhaging dollars as they seek new and creative ways to manage...read more
Maintaining a modern, emission compliant fleet poses many financial and operational challenges that previously did not exist. These new challenges require Fleet Management to seek out creative and new tactics to help control rising expenses and downtime. One method...read more
Thanks to advancements in diesel technology, modern diesel engines (MY 2014 and newer) have the potential to provide efficiencies at levels never seen before in diesel trucks. The bad news is that the potential is seldom ever realized by fleets due to factors such as...read more
Today's modern, diesel engines are supposed to be more fuel efficient than ever. Especially if they are programmed and maintained by a dealer who ensures they remain emission compliant. An efficient engine means greater fuel savings, that's what you'd expect right?...read more
An Electronic Logging Device (ELD) is a device intended to help create a safer work environment for drivers, and improve accuracy in tracking, managing and sharing track records of duty status (RODS) data. Back in December 2015, the U.S. Department of Transportation's...read more
It was not that long ago that maintaining a mid/heavy-duty diesel engine only required regular oil changes and an occasional wrenching. Unfortunately, today's emission compliant engine features a complicated array of parts and sensors that work together to reduce...read more
Today's modern, emission compliant engine is controlled by a central Electronic Control Module (ECM). The ECM's software analyzes input from various sensors. It controls the way your vehicle operates and drives. The ECM can control horsepower and torque, acceleration,...read more
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