6/20/24

New Chevy Silverado HD. Own Work. Own Play. Own Life. | Chevrolet


The new Chevy Silverado HD is hauling in more power, a new interior, and our most revolutionary available towing tech ever. Own the HD life. Learn more about Silverado HD here: https://www.chevrolet.com/trucks/silv...

6/18/24

Towing Overview | Ford How-To | Ford


This informative video will help explain some of the features your vehicle may have that can help with towing a trailer.

6/16/24

Our NEW 2024 Ford F450 Platinum FULL EXTERIOR Review!


Links to many of the accessories I review and use from etrailer! https://www.etrailer.com/infm-big-tru... RV Towing Upgrades *Reese Goosebox Gen3: https://www.etrailer.com/Fifth-Wheel-... *B&W OEM Gooseball: https://www.etrailer.com/Gooseneck/B-... *B&W Fifth Wheel Hitch: https://www.etrailer.com/Fifth-Wheel/... *B&W Sliding Fifth Wheel Hitch: https://www.etrailer.com/Fifth-Wheel/... *Equalizer Weight Distribution Hitch: https://www.etrailer.com/Weight-Distr... *B&W Tow and Stow Hitch: https://www.etrailer.com/Ball-Mounts/... *Curt Drop Hitch: https://www.etrailer.com/Drop-Hitch/C... RV and Trailer Equipment Upgrades *RoadArmor Suspension Equalizer: https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Leaf... *HD Shackle Straps and Wet Bolts: https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Leaf... *RV Suspension Upgrade (travel trailer, Cargo Trailer): https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Leaf... *16” G Rated Wheel Tire Combo: https://www.etrailer.com/Boat-Trailer... *Goodyear Endurance 15” Trailer Tire: https://www.etrailer.com/Tires-and-Wh... *Goodyear Endurance 16” Trailer Tire: https://www.etrailer.com/Tires-and-Wh... *Furrion Wireless Backup Camera: https://www.etrailer.com/RV-Camera/Fu... *Furrion Wireless Side and Rear Cameras: https://www.etrailer.com/RV-Camera/Fu... *Phoenix Electric Trailer Jack 4,000 lbs: https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Jack... *GlowStep Revolution Steps: https://www.etrailer.com/RV-and-Campe... *LCI Solid Steps: https://www.etrailer.com/RV-and-Campe... *LCI AutoLeveling System: https://www.etrailer.com/Camper-Jacks... *Reese Fifth Wheel Dual Motor Landing Gear: https://www.etrailer.com/Camper-Jack/... Must Have Equipment! *6000 Watt Generator Kit: https://www.etrailer.com/Generators/e... *3200 Watt Inverter Generator: https://www.etrailer.com/Generators/e... *2000 Watt Inverter Generator: https://www.etrailer.com/Generators/e... *30amp to 50amp Power Cord: https://www.etrailer.com/RV-Wiring/Mi... *LED RV Replacement Taillights: https://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Ligh... *Fastway Tire Chocks: https://www.etrailer.com/Camper-Jack/... *RV Foam Sprayer: https://www.etrailer.com/Car-Cleaner/... *RV Soap: https://www.etrailer.com/Car-Cleaner/... Truck Upgrades *Airlift 5000 Airbag Kit: https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-Vehi... *Airlift Wireless Air Controller: https://www.etrailer.com/Accessories-... *Access Toolbox Bed Cover: https://www.etrailer.com/Tonneau-Cove... *Bedrug Bed Liner: https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-Truc... *Floormats: https://www.etrailer.com/s.aspx?qry=F... *Etrailer.com is the official sponsor of my channel.  Equipment reviewed may have been provided by them as part of that sponsorship. All reviews are honest and unbiased. This channel is for entertainment purposes, and you should always do your own research prior to making a decision! Sponsored items may be in this video. Always research multiple sources before making a purchasing decision. As an Amazon Associate, I earn commission from qualifying purchase

6/14/24

Ford Pro Electric SuperVan: The Fastest Transit Yet


The Ford Pro Electric SuperVan is a van unlike any other. Its four electric motors and approximately 2,000 PS produce colossal performance, and the embedded modem and advanced telemetry software help engineers optimize performance for the track. Inspired by the new E Transit Custom and combining horsepower with processing power, the Electric SuperVan is the ultimate showcase of Ford’s EV and connectivity capabilities.


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6/12/24

Lift the Load with a Venco Venturo ET6K Electric Crane


The standard configuration for the ET6K includes a manual extension boom from six to 10 feet and hydraulic elevation from -5 to +75 degrees. The crane’s rating is 6,000 foot-pounds with a maximum lifting capacity of one ton – falling below the OSHA requirement for operator certification – making it exempt from OSHA 1926.1427 operator certification requirements.

The ET6K winch features a high-efficiency, heavy-duty three-stage electric planetary gear drive, 12V permanent magnet motor and dual braking systems, and comes standard with a capacity overload shut-off system, aircraft-quality wire rope, and remote control pendant.

Available options include radio remote control, anti two-block system which meets ANSI B30.5 safety standards, mounting pedestals for platform body applications, outriggers and jacklegs for a variety of truck bodies and an adjustable boom rest with a load block storage hook.

The ET6K is recommended for general service applications on any truck with a GVWR of 8,000 LBS or more.

- See more at: http://venturo.com/product/et6k/

6/10/24

This is Ford Pro™ | Ford Pro


Press Play to hear our Ford Pro executives – Jim Farley, Ted Cannis, Wanda Young, Rahul Singh, Doug Field, Darren Palmer, and Muffi Ghadiali – explain the power of Ford Pro products and services working together seamlessly, and to learn about the customer inspiration behind our comprehensive solutions built to accelerate productivity for commercial and government fleets: Our customers shared what impacts their productivity, how they seek to streamline outdated processes, their experiences working with Ford Pro vehicles, and discuss how our custom offerings can help them to improve their businesses.


6/08/24

How they Produce the New Massive and Luxurious GMC Sierra in the US


On this feature of the FRAME, we explore the manufacturing process of the powerful GMC Sierra, Toyota Tundra, and Nissan Titan. Let’s discover the technology and features behind those massive vehicles. About FRAME: When business meets engineering, FRAME is your new source of information. From designing, Prototyping, building, or even destroying, our daily life is surrounded by processes of all kinds, each more interesting than the next. But have you ever wondered what's behind all of this? In our videos, you will find: -Explanation and infographics of how things are built, from the most simple pencil to the most complex digging machine. - Stories behind the world's most successful companies -Analysis of future trends in the world of industry, exclusive interviews with industrial specialists, and many more ! We publish four videos a week. Make sure to subscribe to the FRAME YouTube channel to catch us on our next episode. Check our FRAME website at https://theframe.one/ FRAME on Twitter   / frame_official  

6/06/24

Unlock the Full Potential of Telematics: Modern Uses Beyond Tracking



In the ever-evolving landscape of commercial fleet management, telematics technology has emerged as a game-changer. While many are familiar with its role in vehicle tracking, telematics applications have expanded far beyond that. Discover how fleet managers can harness these advanced capabilities to optimize efficiency, cut costs, and streamline processes like never before. 

1. Dynamic Route Optimization for Efficient Deliveries Gone are the days of static route planning. Telematics has ushered in a new era of dynamic route optimization, where real-time data is used to adjust routes on the fly. Fleet managers can ensure timely deliveries by considering traffic conditions, weather, and delivery schedules while reducing fuel consumption and vehicle wear and tear. Embracing this technology can lead to substantial savings and improved customer satisfaction. 

2. Proactive Maintenance & Predictive Analytics Telematics goes beyond tracking; it's about preemptive maintenance. With sensors gathering data from various vehicle components, fleet managers can identify potential issues before they escalate into costly breakdowns. By utilizing predictive analytics, maintenance schedules can be optimized, reducing downtime, and increasing vehicle lifespan. This proactive approach not only saves money but also enhances fleet reliability. 

3. Driver Performance Monitoring and Training Telematics provides a window into a driver’s behavior like never before. From harsh braking to aggressive acceleration, these insights allow fleet managers to provide targeted training to improve driver performance. By promoting safer driving habits, fleet managers can significantly reduce accidents, insurance premiums, and vehicle maintenance costs. This technology empowers fleet managers to enhance overall driver safety and efficiency. 

4. Emission Tracking & Environmental Sustainability In an era of increased environmental awareness, telematics is stepping up to monitor emissions. Commercial fleets can use this technology to track vehicle emissions, identify inefficiencies, and implement strategies to reduce their carbon footprint. Fleet managers can align their operations with sustainability goals by optimizing routes, promoting fuel-efficient driving, exploring alternative fuels, contributing positively to the environment, and corporate social responsibility. 

5. Cargo Monitoring & Security Enhancement Beyond vehicles, telematics extends its reach to cargo monitoring. Real-time tracking and temperature sensing ensure the integrity of sensitive goods during transit. Fleet managers can receive instant alerts for deviations from optimal conditions, safeguarding the quality and safety of transported cargo. This feature bolsters customer trust and protects against potential losses due to spoilage or theft. 

6. Data-Driven Decision Making and Business Intelligence Telematics generates a wealth of data that can be transformed into actionable insights. Fleet managers can analyze trends, identify operational inefficiencies, and make informed decisions to optimize their operations. This data-driven approach enables better resource allocation, more intelligent investment decisions, and improved fleet performance. 

7. Integration with IoT and Future Possibilities The world of telematics is constantly evolving, with integration into the Internet of Things (IoT) opening doors to even more advanced capabilities. From vehicle-to-vehicle communication to automated maintenance requests, the future holds exciting possibilities. Fleet managers who stay abreast of these developments can position their operations at the forefront of innovation, gaining a competitive edge in the industry. Driving Forward with Telematics As commercial fleets navigate the challenges of the modern business landscape, telematics emerges as an indispensable ally. Beyond its foundational role in vehicle tracking, telematics offers many advanced applications that redefine fleet management. From dynamic route optimization to predictive maintenance and environmental sustainability, the potential benefits are undeniable. By embracing these capabilities, fleet managers can unlock new levels of efficiency, cost savings, and operational excellence, propelling their fleets toward a successful and sustainable future. Want More? 

6/04/24

Survey Results: THE MOST IMPORTANT EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE TRUCKS


Survey respondents were asked to pick the two most important pieces of equipment on their service vehicles, out of air compressors, cranes, generators, welders, or other.

A significant portion of respondents chose “air compressor” as one of their top two most important pieces of equipment. Generators, cranes, and welders were split closely, with 32%, 31%, and 27% of respondents selecting these pieces of equipment as their top two most important. The other category includes responses such as hand tools, bucket lifts, liftgates, vacuums, and pumps.

OPERATORS/MECHANICS FAVOR AIR COMPRESSORS



Air compressors ranked even higher in popularity when segmenting the 47 Operators and Mechanics who answered the survey. 94% of these respondents chose air compressor as one of their top two most important pieces of equipment. Interestingly, Operators and Mechanics were the only segment that considered welders to be the second most important piece of equipment on their service truck.


6/02/24