Trucks and other vehicles have come a long way since the invention of the combustion engine. From the first simple cars that maxed out at 10 MPH, they’ve developed into huge, specialized machines with thousands of parts, ranging from large industrial equipment to impossibly precise computer components.
As with anything that grows in complexity, these modern machines are also more difficult to maintain and repair – especially if you leave the fix until after there’s already a problem. This will almost always result in additional damage or costlier repairs, as issues can compound and get worse before you even notice they are there. That’s why regular preventative maintenance is so important in keeping your commercial truck, semi, or other big vehicle running at its best.