Industry Insights-Heavy Duty Diesel

May 28, 2024

Heavy Duty

The demand for diesel technician training is rising due to the significant reliance on heavy-duty vehicles for transportation, logistics, construction, and other industries. As the backbone of the US economy, these vehicles play a crucial role in delivering goods and transporting materials. With advancements in diesel engine technology and stricter emissions standards, there is a growing need for skilled technicians who can diagnose, repair, and maintain these complex systems. Today’s technicians must possess up-to-date knowledge and technical expertise to meet the high demand for comprehensive heavy-duty diesel maintenance. AVI  has developed new instructional programs to address this need, including ASE T8 Preventative Maintenance Inspection (PMI), ASE T4 Heavy Duty Air Brakes, and a comprehensive Heavy Duty Emissions course.

Preventative Maintenance Inspections are critical for keeping heavy-duty vehicles and fleets in safe and reliable operation. In this tech tip from AVI’s “ASE-T8 Preventative Maintenance Inspection,” we explore how a quick inspection of the wheels, tires, bearings, and suspension components can verify service quality or identify potential problems.

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