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Cost of US Traffic Congestion Exceeds $166 Billion Cost of US Traffic Congestion Exceeds $166 Billion

Cost of US Traffic Congestion Exceeds $166 Billion

Latest Texas A&M Study Highlights the Strain On America's Highways

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Traffic is more than an inconvenience, it is a drain on our economy and productivity.Congestion now represents an extra 8.8 billion hours wasted at a cost of $166 billion USD, The study found that travelers need 34 minutes for each 20 minute trip to arrive on time.  The report, one of the the most detailed to examine the effects of traffic on the national economy, includes day of week and time of day data for many of the nations roadways for the last 34 years.  Read More...
Size Does Matter Size Does Matter

Size Does Matter

Largest engine in the world stands 44 feet tall and produces over 107,000 horsepower

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The largest reciprocating engine in the world stands taller than a four-story building.  The RT-flex96C is a 14-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine designed by the Finnish manufacturer Wärtsilä that produces just over 107,390 HP.    It is designed for large container ships that run on heavy fuel oil. It is 44 feet tall, 87 feet long and weighs over 2,300...

FleetRun Maintenance Management

FleetLogik adds no cost maintenance and repair management to Connect fleet tracking

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Extra! Extra! Read all all about it!  FleetLogik adds professional maintenance and repair scheduling, tracking and reporting to the Connect Fleet Tracking application at no charge. ...

Cold Temperature Tire Pressures

Why adjusting tire pressures for winter temperatures is more than just hot air

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Many cars and trucks today are equipped  with a tire pressure monitoring system or TPMS to warn drivers of under-inflated tires.  When one or more tires drops below a pre-set recommended...

Attitude is a Choice

The New Year is off to a great start and I choose to say so.

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On the top of my list of New Year’s resolutions is to be less tolerating of negative people.  I came to the conclusion that somewhere along the line I became conditioned to accept...