millions of old tyres per year

Millions of Old Tyres Per Year

New national roads specifications could use millions of old tyres per year as they could be headed for a new life not on, but as part of Australia’s road infrastructure.

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questions about stability control systems

Questions About Stability Control Systems

A lot of workshops have plenty of questions about stability control systems. Some have experience with them and a lot of workshops have none, so Diesel Workshop is running a series of frequently asked questions articles. The fitment of such systems has been sporadic in the past. This situation is about to change with the mandatory fitting of some form of stability control making its way through to law. Now anyone dealing with truck and trailer maintenance has to be up to speed with just what the implications are of fitting these kinds of systems onto a vehicle.

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more FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS

More FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS

A lot of workshops have experience with stability control systems and a lot of workshops have none, so Diesel Workshop has more FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS. The fitment of such systems has been sporadic in the past. This situation is about to change with the mandatory fitting of some form of stability control making its way through to law. Now anyone dealing with truck and trailer maintenance has to be up to speed with just what the implications are of fitting these kinds of systems onto a vehicle.

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FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS

FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS

A lot of workshops have experience with stability control systems and a lot of workshops have none, so Diesel Workshop is running a series of FAQs on EBS, TEBS, RSC, ABS, and EBS. The fitment of such systems has been sporadic in the past. This situation is about to change with the mandatory fitting of some form of stability control making its way through to law. Now anyone dealing with truck and trailer maintenance has to be up to speed with just what the implications are of fitting these kinds of systems onto a vehicle.

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the question of stability

The Question of Stability

From their first appearance over 20 years ago, the question of stability systems has come from a good idea to a system being mandatorily fitted to vehicles. Diesel Workshop has a look at the basic idea and gets answers to some basic questions.

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brake pad identification is crucial

Brake Pad Identification is Crucial

When some vehicles can be fitted with several different brake pad options and vehicle owners have greater access to aftermarket brake upgrade kits, brake pad identification is crucial in any brake job.

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a second life in the road surface

A Second Life in the Road Surface

In the near future, it’s possible that the tyres your trucks have used find a second life in the road surface they travel on or even in the fuel that powers your truck. Read more

Amended Procedures and Criteria Around Roller Brake Testing

Amended Procedures and Criteria Around Roller Brake Testing

Diesel Workshop looks for roller brake testing feedback. The amended procedures and criteria around roller brake testing (RBT) of trucks is settled and the industry can move on. The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator went through an exhaustive process to get the testing procedure right and consistent. 

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Hauling Fresh Produce is a High Pressure Task

Hauling fresh produce is a high pressure task, especially out of North Queensland to customers all over Australia. By sticking to the task and always looking for improvement, Blenners Transport have become an iconic refrigerated transport operation, recognised nationally. Read more