Tesla Owners Sue Company Over Monopolizing Parts and Repairs
Tesla was sued by customers who claim they’ve had to pay exorbitant prices and endure long waits for repairs due to Tesla’s monopolization of replacement parts and maintenance services.
Heavy-Duty Repair Revenue Recovers to Pre-COVID Norms
ORLANDO, Fla. — The heavy-duty repair shop industry has seen business levels return to where they were before the coronavirus pandemic, a new report determined.
The State of Heavy Duty Repair and Fleet Maintenance in 2022
Program Aired: May 19, 2022 How did commercial repair shops deal with parts and labor shortages in 2021, not to mention the lingering effects of the pandemic? Join industry leaders from Fullbay to learn how the heavy-duty community handled these challenges, with insight into revenue trends, operational benchmarks, and much more!May 19, 2022
Want To Take Repairs In-House?
If you’ve thought about taking your repair and maintenance work in-house, then Fullbay’s “How to Grow & Scale Your Repair Shop” is the ebook for you! Check out this free download to learn more about building out a new department, hiring, and much more.June 1, 2021
State of Heavy Duty Repair and Fleet Maintenance in 2021
In this webinar, industry leaders from Fullbay explore the state of the heavy-duty repair industry, including regional revenue trends, hiring challenges, shop demographics, technician rates and efficiencies, the impact of COVID-19 on the industry, and more.May 13, 2021
24-Hour Repair Becomes the Standard
Time is money in the trucking business, so the clock is always ticking when a commercial truck is in the shop for maintenance or repairs.
Fullbay's First-Ever State of Heavy-Duty Repair Report
Fullbay and the American Trucking Associations’ Technology and Maintenance Council (TMC) are proud to announce the first-ever State of Heavy-Duty Repair report. This paper dives deep into the challenges and trends faced by the commercial repair industry.March 4, 2021
DTNA Enhances Customer Service Experience
Daimler Trucks North America is making headway on a yearlong customer service improvement initiative as it works with dealers to have parts and technicians ready to go when a broken truck reaches the service bay.
Study: LTL Carriers Cover More Miles Between Breakdowns Than Truckload Fleets
Less-than-truckload carriers outpaced truckload fleets in terms of miles between roadside breakdowns, according to a recent study.
Getting Back to Work: New Fleet Strategies
Leading fleets are finding this 15-minute PM is saving repair costs and cutting down time. The technology is proving to be the solution to increase uptime, lower repair and PM costs, and end aftertreatment problems, providing quick ROI.June 8, 2020