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Holiday Hours for December 2023 and January 2024

Holiday Hours for December 2023 and January 2024

Posted in Fuels, Repair

The holiday season is upon us, and at Marshall Truck & Trailer Repair and Marshall Fuels, we want to ensure that our valued customers have all the information they need to plan their visits during this festive time of year. We’ve shared our holiday schedule and hours of operation.

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The Importance of Hiring a Professional for Tractor-Trailer Tire Installations: Safety and Expertise Matter

The Importance of Hiring a Professional for Tractor-Trailer Tire Installations: Safety and Expertise Matter

Posted in Repair

When it comes to maintaining and servicing your tractor-trailer, certain tasks require the expertise of a professional. One such critical task is tire installation, as it ensures the safety, performance, and longevity of your tires and truck.

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Mastering SPIF Weight Requirements in Ontario: A Transporter's Handbook

Mastering SPIF Weight Requirements in Ontario: A Transporter's Handbook

Posted in Industry, Repair

Ontario, Canada, is known for its vast and intricate network of highways, making it a crucial hub for transportation and logistics. To ensure road safety and the longevity of its infrastructure, Ontario has established a comprehensive set of regulations governing commercial vehicle weight restrictions, including SPIF rules.

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Fall Maintenance Fundamentals: Truck & Trailer Maintenance Tips

Fall Maintenance Fundamentals: Truck & Trailer Maintenance Tips

Posted in Repair

The fall season officially begins this week. For truck and trailer owners and operators, this season brings a set of unique challenges and maintenance requirements to ensure that your vehicles remain safe and reliable throughout the changing Ontario, Canada weather conditions.

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Signs Your Semi-Truck Needs Tire Alignment: Don't Ignore the Warning Signals

Signs Your Semi-Truck Needs Tire Alignment: Don't Ignore the Warning Signals

Posted in Alignment, Repair

Proper tire alignment is vital for the performance, safety, and longevity of your semi-truck. When your truck's tires are misaligned, it can lead to various problems that affect handling, fuel efficiency, and tire wear.

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The Correlation of Tractor-Trailer Alignment and Tire Wear: Maximizing Efficiency and Extending Tire Life

The Correlation of Tractor-Trailer Alignment and Tire Wear: Maximizing Efficiency and Extending Tire Life

Posted in Alignment, Repair

Maintaining proper alignment is essential for the optimal performance and safety of tractor-trailers. The alignment of your truck and trailer has a direct impact on the longevity and condition of your tires.

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Essential Summer Maintenance for Your Truck and Trailer

Essential Summer Maintenance for Your Truck and Trailer

Posted in Repair

Summer is on the way; as the temperatures rise in Ontario and the road conditions change, it's crucial to ensure your truck and trailer are in prime condition. By performing some essential seasonal maintenance tasks, you can keep things running smoothly and safely throughout the summer months.

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Fuel Economy and Heavy Truck Rear Axle Alignment: Maximizing Efficiency on the Road

Fuel Economy and Heavy Truck Rear Axle Alignment: Maximizing Efficiency on the Road

Posted in Alignment, Fuels, Repair

In the world of heavy trucks, fuel economy plays a crucial role in overall operational efficiency. While various factors contribute to fuel consumption, one often overlooked aspect is rear axle alignment. Proper alignment of the rear axles in heavy trucks can have a significant impact on fuel economy.

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Understanding SPIF Rules in Ontario: Enhancing Road Safety and Efficiency

Understanding SPIF Rules in Ontario: Enhancing Road Safety and Efficiency

Posted in Industry, Repair

In Ontario, Canada, ensuring road safety and the smooth operation of tractor-trailers is a top priority. As part of this commitment, the province implemented SPIF (Safe, Productive, Infrastructure-Friendly) rules. These regulations outline specific requirements for trucks operating on Ontario's roadways, promoting road safety, and efficiency, and minimizing infrastructure damage.

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