This is why there are several things to remember. Safety, this isn’t just about being careful and doing what’s right. A bad safety rating can hurt your company. Proper and consistent CDL training and endorsements is another thing that can improve the overall picture about your organization. Make sure your drivers are properly trained and have all the required endorsements required by law (federal, state, and local). But the number one thing is maintenance, properly maintained trucks is the key.
There are several factors to consider when making your maintenance schedule:
- Not interfering with the overall customer and driver’s schedules
- Keeping the truck tires, fluids (oil change), truck shocks, and everything else in top order
- Keep the cost as reasonable as you can, there are several tips on this.
I am sure you are thinking, so what does all this have to do with truck shocks? Well if you don’t maintain your truck shocks you’ll not only have a bumpy ride, you can cause other mechanical issues as well. Plus it might cause damage to your freight.