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Snap-on Tool Tests Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors

Snap-on introduced the Tire Pressure Sensor System Tool Kit, a diagnostic tool that tests tire pressure monitoring sensors, captures sensor data, and relearns tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS)

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4x4 Pickups Now Dominate Utility Fleets

Among utility fleets, four-wheel drive trucks have become the dominant light-duty pickup, according to Utilimarc.

Roundup of Class 1-7 Trucks for 2018

With 11 automakers to choose your light- to medium-duty trucks from for the 2018 model-year, Work Truck provides the need-to-know highlights to help you with your truck selection process.

Upfitting Options for Light-Duty Trucks

Light-duty trucks are often used by vocational fleets, and the needs of these fleets vary. Upfitting options range from storage solutions and inserts to full service bodies and everything in between.

Trac-Grabber Traction Device

The Trac-Grabber allows a driver to quickly and single-handedly get a vehicle unstuck from mud, sand, and snow using the vehicle’s own power.

geodyna 8250p Wheel Balancer

With such features as an integrated wheel lift and touchless parameter entry, the new Hofmann geodyna 8250p is ideal wheel balancer for use on light trucks.

Vocational Spotlight: Cable and Telecom

Cable and telecom fleets provide services vital to just about every other industry and vocation — they keep businesses able to communicate. Downtime is not an option, and upfitting needs are unique.

Lightweighting: Less is More

The process of lightweighting a fleet of vehicles involves more than simply moving down a vehicle class or removing weight from an overloaded vehicle.

New Light-Duty Diesel Pickups Break the Mold

Several light-duty diesel pickups from Nissan, GM, and Ram seek market niches that defy traditional truck categories.

Rotary Lift LockLight

The Rotary Lift LockLight device mounts directly to a lift and shines a green light when it detects the lift’s hydraulic pressure has been relieved.