Navistar Adds Connected Maintenance Feature, Aftermarket Filters
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Navistar International Corp. announced its Advanced Preventive Maintenance platform, designed to leverage connected vehicle data to generate specific recommended preventive maintenance intervals customized for each vehicle in a fleet.
The platform uses a comprehensive, easy-to-use interface to create seamless communication with dealers throughout the service process and supports all-makes fleets. It integrates vehicle data from more than 24 telematics service providers through OnCommand Connection, Navistar’s open-architecture all-makes remote diagnostics system.
Navistar also announced that Fleetrite, its all-makes aftermarket truck and bus parts brand, introduced a new line of filters. They are a direct replacement for original equipment manufacturer filters and include air, hydraulic, fuel, lube and oil, diesel exhaust fluid and water and coolant. Navistar warrants them to be free from defects in material and workmanship.
At @TMC4Trucks #TMCAnnual20? Swing by the @IntnlTrucks booth 1521 to learn more about our new programs designed to simplify fleet management. https://t.co/aAZLNsABEO pic.twitter.com/NYJYERZkc8 — Navistar Newsroom (@NavistarNews) February 24, 2020
In related news, Lisle, Ill.-based Navistar celebrated the one-year anniversary of its partnership with Love’s Travel Stops and Speedco, which has been instrumental in multiplying the number of bays and qualified technicians to provide service. The partnership expanded Navistar’s International Truck service network to more than 1,000 sites in North America. — Transport Topics
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