Heavy Duty Trucking

SEP 2014

The Fleet Business Authority

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www.truckinginfo.com SEPTEMBER 2014 • HDT 125 VDO and RoadLog – Trademarks of the Continental Corporation www.vdoroadlog.com Call: (855)-ROADLOG Visit: www.vdoroadlog.com E-mail: roadlog-sales@vdo.com Still using paper logs? Life just got a whole lot easier... No fees affordability VDO RoadLog ™ ELD & Fleet Software: • Fast, accurate, easy recording and reporting for HOS, IFTA, IRP and DVIR. • No monthly fees required. • Built-in printer for rapid roadside checks. • Free software upgrades for FMCSA compliance. • Plug and play installation. • Easy automation of compliance record keeping. • Optional data transfer through your cell phone. • Lowest cost solution for full regulatory compliance. Online convenience VDO RoadLog ™ ELD & Fleet Online ™ : Internet-based feet software adds a range of management features available online, anytime. • Driver availability countdown. • Controlled data access for Drivers, Managers, and Administrators. • Automatically identifes compliance problems. • Exceptions dashboard – for easy monitoring of compliance issues. Circle 225 on Reader Action Card springs to provide additional stabil- ity. The PLS's constant engagement also eliminates the need for shim adjustments for most applications, resulting in reduced maintenance and lowered cost. Circle 358 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com at multiple locations. Circle 356 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Bandag B799 tread for mild mixed-service retreads B ridgestone's new Bandag B799 tread is designed for retread tires being used in mild mixed service and complements the Bridgestone M799 tire. The Bandag B799, available in four tread sizes from 210 mm through 240 mm, features deep tread depth that Bridgestone says will offer solid traction and promote long wear life for mild on-/off-highway use, regional haul and pick-up and delivery applications. The B799 has 28/32 depth for long tread wear and an open shoulder design for improved traction. Stone rejector technology helps prevent trapped stones from damaging the casing, which Bridgestone says will preserve retreadability. Circle 357 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Hendrickson introduces Progressive Load Spring H endrickson Truck Commercial Vehicle Systems introduced the Progressive Load Spring for its Haul- maax vocational rear suspension system. The PLS is an elastomeric spring that works in concert with the bolster springs in Hendrickson's Vari-Rate system. The PLS replaces the previously equipped auxiliary load spring and reduces the load spring shims from three to two. The new PLS will improve the Haulmaax rear suspension system by providing key advancements in ride quality and stability, says the Illinois-based company. As payload increases, the spring further engages and functions t ogether with the rubber bolster EquipmentReport

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