Equipment

Truck Gallery

| November 01, 2009

One low wagon     Owner of Arreche Hay Co. of Cedarville, Calif., Jon Arreche hauls cows and hay in this low-riding 1995 Peterbilt 378. Equipped with a 575-hp Detroit Diesel and a 13-speed transmission, the truck has ...

Truck Gallery

| October 01, 2009

Featured are a 2006 Peterbilt 379, a 1985 Kenworth K100 cabover, a 2003 Peterbilt 379, 2009 Peterbilt 389 and a2005 Peterbilt 379.

Truck Gallery: American Pride

By Overdrive Staff | September 01, 2009

Richard Nardone, an army veteran from Kalamazoo, Mich., hauls military vehicles and other flatbed freight with this 2000 Kenworth W900L, powered by a 550-hp Caterpillar and 13-speed Eaton Fuller. He has installed custom cherry wood ...

Spray-on windshield protectant

| August 21, 2009

BulletProof Autosports' Windshield Protectant for fleets cuts fleet windshield glass repair and replacement costs by 50 percent annually -- guaranteed, the company says. The micro-polymer spray-on protectant forms a covalent bond to the glass on ...

Mobile scanning program

| August 21, 2009

A new mobile in-cab scanning program is available for drivers and fleets on the PeopleNet BLU platform through Internet-based provider PeopleNet and Affiliated Computer Services, Inc. Users of this service can scan and send documents ...

Green heavy-duty soap

| August 21, 2009

The new Gent-L-Green line of hand care items are biodegradable, petroleum-free, NPE-free and VOC-free. Products that have earned the Gent-L-Green seal include: Premium Blue Hand and Body Soap, Soy Blast Conditioner Enriched Hand Cleaner, Foaming ...

Great Dane shows reefer at GATS

| August 21, 2009

Great Dane Trailers is debuting its newest refrigerated trailer at the Great American Trucking Show in Dallas. Great Dane says the Classic Truckload reefer features its proprietary ThermoGuard and CorroGuard, which, respectively, help extend the useful ...

RoadKing Shocks at GATS

| August 21, 2009

Most shock absorbers on heavy-duty trucks today are out of their element, says Lonnie Woods, CEO of RoadKing Shocks. "The design of the average truck shock absorber today appeared in the 1950s and was primarily ...

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