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May 15, 2020

Reprinted with permission from the February 2020 issue of TLT, the official monthly magazine of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, an international not-for-profit professional society headquartered in Park Ridge, Ill.,   Smart fleet operators are cutting costs, improving cash flow and reducing greenhouse gases. KEY CONCEPTS Cash flow remains a critical business

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April 10, 2020

Best Practices to Disinfect Your Vehicle Concerns about Covid-19 have prompted a whole new sense of awareness over keeping your environment clean and sterile around home and work (for many this is now one and the same). Any additional measures taken to prevent the virus is worth the effort, even if it’s not tangibly apparent.

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April 3, 2020

Why change your own oil? One of the basics of do-it-yourself car maintenance jobs is the home oil change. It’s a simple process that requires few tools, and it’s a sure way to save some money while you avoid going out to a public with the current situation. Pro-tip: order your supplies online. More than

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March 20, 2020

Inside and out, even the toughest vehicles need a little spring cleaning from time to time. That also includes engine oil and fuel systems. As we switch from winter into spring, take the time to care for your engine. To fully clean your engine, both the fuel and oil systems must be considered. Hot Shot’s

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February 28, 2020

With the calendar starting to turn over to March, it’s time to think about spring and getting back into the garage. Now is the time to start planning for your vehicle’s maintenance, but what are some important systems you might be overlooking. It’s easy to neglect a few important vehicle systems, but the best vehicle-maintenance

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February 13, 2020

Diesel owners know all too well about diesel fuel gelling in cold weather. We know it happens, the question is why? Diesel fuel contains something called paraffin wax, which begins to solidify once the fuel reaches the “freeze” point. The solid form of these hydrocarbons is a thick, waxy substance that is referred to as

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