NTEA-National Truck Equipment Association

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Engines: Good News and Bad News

At last fall's meeting of the Technology and Maintenance Council (TMC), the biggest question was, "How are the 2007 engines performing?" The answer is, there's good news and there's bad news. More

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Hoist market lifts public works users

Truck-mounted hoists account for a healthy portion of the American truck accessory market. According to Stephen Latin-Kasper, director of market data and research for the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), an estimated $75 million to $80 million worth of truck-mounted hoists were sold in the United States last year. More

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Hybrids steal the show

This year's NTEA Work Truck Show showcased new trucks and nifty accessories. More

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Trucks on Parade

At most Work Truck Shows presented by the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA), new truck chassis and bodies take center stage. At this year's show, held in March Indianapolis, the new models of trucks took second billing to the emergence of hybrid truck technology. More

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Keeping the Mud from Flying

Good advice on where to correctly place your mudflaps. More

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Make Your Fleet Work for You

NTEA's Work Truck Show is March 7–9. More

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Truckers Await Rule Changes

Many expect new heavy-duty trucks will have to shorten braking distances by up to 30 percent. More

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Sounding the Alarm

Do you know the requirements for truck back-up alarms and safety devices? More

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