Posts Tagged ‘Fleet Management’

Why are Roadside Services Important for Truck Maintenance?

Friday, May 30th, 2014
Road Rescue Service by Middleton & Meads

Be on the Look out for our Road Rescue Service Trucks!

In the Truck Industry, breakdowns can happen for truck fleets at anytime and any location. When your trucks experience breakdowns, you will want to get those trucks back on the road as soon as possible. With reliable roadside service, your truck repairs and overall  fleet management needs can be covered by highly skilled and professional commercial automotive technicians.

The ideal Roadside service will offer 24-hour emergency roadside service that will handle truck repairs and guarantee your trucks have the right truck equipment for the road. Trailer repairs should also be included in the full roadside service plan.

When your truck fleet experiences breakdowns, you want to know a reliable commercial automotive company is ready to provide you fast, accurate and highly professional truck maintenance service.

Truck Emergency Roadside Service will save you both time and money because you will have peace of mind that automotive technicians with years of truck maintenance/ truck repair services are  effectively handling your truck emergencies with live 24 hour roadside assistance.

Here at Middleton & Meads, we understand the importance of efficient truck fleet management. Our Roadside Rescue program will offer you truck solutions that truly address your roadside breakdown needs. Truck driver safety and excellent overall truck fleet productivity. We will take care of your truck fleet during work hours, after hours as well as weekends.

When trucks breakdown, overall production reduces and truck driver safety declines.

You can take advantage of our New Road Rescue Service to see how we can keep your truck fleet on the road. Read Middleton & Meads Introduces New Road Rescue Service to see how we can serve your fleet when urgent road rescue service and assistance is needed.

All Middleton & Meads Account Holders and Customer Base on-the-spot road rescue service. The Road Rescue Service is not the typical road rescue service. We offer only high quality road rescue services such as full service roadside repairs. Anytime truck from your fleet experiences a breakdown, we will provide towing services in addition to offer your entire truck fleet  full service truck maintenance.

No matter where your trucks are on the road, we are only one call away to providing your trucks high quality roadside assistance. Our direct Road Rescue phone line is 410-935-7813.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton & Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions for your transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.bauertruckrepair.com/roadside-service.html

http://www.nationaltruckservice.com/about-emergency-road-side-service-usa-canada-puerto-rico/

How can I prepare my truck fleet for winter weather?

Monday, December 9th, 2013

truck solutions for  winter driving

As we are in the midst of winter storms, it’s time to winterize your truck fleet. From a light snow to severe winter weather, truck drivers can experience very hash and dangerous winter driving conditions. The dangerous roads could result in truck accidents as well as extended downtime for truck repairs.

How can you prepare your truck fleet for winter? You can hire a professional mechanic to handle your fleet management so you can rest assure that your fleet has proper truck maintenance and repairs.

What are the most crucial truck maintenance services for winter?

Anytime a winter weather warning occurs, you should have your fleet well prepared to drive safe on the roads specifically for winter weather.

The following is a list of services a good truck mechanic will provide you via truck fleet management services:

  • DEF system inspections. The DEF system inspections are required for trucks that have diesel engines and use urea-base diesel exhaust to meet emissions regulations. If the winter weather is at freezing temperatures, you can count on proper DEF systems to keep your emissions systems thawed after operating your diesel engines for 45 minutes. The DEF system inspection should happen periodically throughout the winter.
  • Have your truck fleet engine heaters inspected. This type of truck maintenance is especially important for medium duty trucks. Properly maintenance engine heaters help trucks work more efficiently because the engine heaters help trucks easily start up in cold weather.
  • Have truck batteries tested. During the winter it’s important that all truck batteries have a clean connection to slow the pace of battery degradation. Truck batteries frequently fail in the wintertime because it takes a great deal of energy for trucks to start up against cold, winter weather.
  • Next, you should have new windshield wipers installed for your truck fleet. The windshield wipers will reduce the stress cold temperatures put on your window shields. When window shields are stressed, you will notice chips and pitting on the window shields. By having any chips or pitting repaired, you will prevent your trucks from needing full windshield replacements.

You can count on Middleton and Meads to keep your truck fleet in good condition. We will make sure your trucks have good traction. We will install reliable truck tire chains on your vehicles to make snowy and icy roads easier to maneuver. We will take care of your truck brake maintenance.

Here at Middleton & Meads we will also monitor your tire pressure and pre winter your trucks so you won’t have to worry about fluid transfusion, leaks and other truck maintenance needs. We have the truck solutions you need.

Learn more about our Fleet Management today to experience premier truck repair solutions and excellent fleet preventative maintenance this winter.

For more information on effective fleet management, contact Middleton & Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton & Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.truckinginfo.com/channel/maintenance/article/story/2012/11/getting-your-work-truck-ready-for-winter.aspx

http://www.dieselpowermag.com/tech/1211dp_get_your_diesel_ready_for_winter/

How should you prepare your bus fleet for winter driving?

Friday, December 6th, 2013

Baltimore Bus maintenance services

By the end of the week or early next week, we can expect to see our first winter storm. How will you prepare your bus fleet for the winter weather? If you haven’t thought out a plan, you still have time to get your bus fleet in shape with bus solutions and repairs.

Before severe winter weather sets in, it’s essential to your bus fleet to have braking systems inspected and repaired to prevent bus collisions. Preventing bus driving accidents means training your bus drivers on driver safety for winter and keeping up with bus maintenance and solutions throughout the winter months.

You can start training your bus drivers on how to drive in winter weather by having the most experienced bus drivers work train beginner bus drivers on how to drive on icy and snowy roads. Your more experienced bus drivers should also map out safer, alternate routes for winter weather driving to lower the risks of bus collisions for your entire fleet.

To maintain a healthy bus fleet for winter, you should have a professional mechanic winter proof your entire bus fleet. A professional mechanic from Middleton & Meads can equip your entire bus fleet with bus solutions that effectively help your buses maintain traction on road, including the slickest road surfaces. Our professional mechanics will provide your bus fleet with window treatments to protect your buses from fog and ice accumulation throughout the winter. Having clear windshields and door windows are crucial to bus driving safety. Yes, that includes us replacing inadequate wipers for your buses when required. We can even install chains to the wheels of your bus fleet to provide better traction.

You can count on Middleton & Meads mechanics to fully assess your bus safety through inspections and repairs, no matter how old or new your bus fleet may be. Teach your bus drivers to drive defensively and we will handle the rest – Mechanical Repairs, Collision Repairs and overall Fleet Management services.

For more information on effective fleet management, contact Middleton & Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton & Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.schoolbusfleet.com/Channel/School-Bus-Safety/Articles/Print/Story/2007/09/Tips-for-Preparing-Drivers-for-Winter-Weather.aspx

http://www.ncbussafety.org/SchoolBusSafety/documents/TipsWinter.pdf

How to safely drive in Thanksgiving Traffic

Monday, November 25th, 2013

safe truck driving tips for Thanksgiving travels

Thanksgiving is one of the busiest traveling holidays of the year. If you are a truck driver or bus driver, it’s essential to property and life safety that you are 100% aware of what you’ll be facing when it comes to Thanksgiving traffic.

More than any time of the year, travelers will be taking on Thanksgiving traffic by crossing bridges, going through tunnels, driving on interstates and doing the best to patiently wait in heavy traffic.

How is the weather looking for you during this busy travel holiday? If you are in the Northeast, it doesn’t look too good as 43.4 million hit the road for Thanksgiving travel. There’s a winter storm on the move and the traffic will be it’s worse the Wednesday prior to Thanksgiving Day.

If you can, try to avoid starting your commute between 2-6pm on Thanksgiving Wednesday. Rush hour will be horrific.

Here are some motorists tips you should consider following to get you from point A- point B:

  • Be okay sharing road. This is the best way to prevent accidents during Thanksgiving travel. In fact, you can learn all you need to know about sharing the road from the American Trucking Associations.
  • Get plenty of rest prior to driving in Thanksgiving traffic.
  • Have your truck maintenance performed including your truck brakes.
  • Be mindful of your no-zone. You never know what types of drivers are driving behind you or along your sides.
  • Always reduce your speed in work zones.
  • Be a defensive driver and always wear your seat belt.
  • Contact  traffic safety agencies about anything unsafe you notice while driving such as reckless drivers, icy roads, and other factors that could lead to accidents.
  • Always give vehicles in front of you and behind you plenty of space.

Once you have basic truck driver safety down pact, you need to know how to save money and time during your Thanksgiving travels.

If you are trucking for Thanksgiving, you need to keep in mind that plenty of trucks stops will be offering free Thanksgiving meals for truck drivers.  Simple show your commercial drivers license and you are good to go.

When going shopping certain credits provides an increase of cash back rewards just in time for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. So, you can use yours on the road to bring in more rewards  for the holiday. It’s a great way to earn good interests.

Next, set your GPS for your route to help you identify traffic congestion and  alternative routes.

You can learn about our truck maintenance services here on our truck solutions and Mechanical Repairs .

For more information on effective fleet management, contact Middleton & Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton & Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.weather.com/travel/top-10-worst-cities-thanksgiving-traffic-20131119?hootPostID=5b83668e2ec35d7cb9e4ecd7e3fc47f3

http://www.bizjournals.com/prnewswire/press_releases/2011/11/21/DC10384

http://www.sharetheroadsafely.org/truckandbusdrivers/truckandbussafetytips.asp

http://www.truck-drivers-money-saving-tips.com/thanksgiving-trip.html

Can fleet management services cut down operating costs?

Friday, October 25th, 2013

Truck Fleet Maintenance

Are your truck fleet cost rising? Are you constantly searching for  ways to cut down your operating costs? You can lower your fleet management bill by having regular truck maintenance performed for your vehicles.

With regular truck maintenance you can reduce your fleet management costs, including a lower fleet  fuel cost.
How do you lower your fuel cost? You can with regular tire maintenance because tires with a long life span can  reduce the fuel cost by helping your fleet not work as hard.
There are other ways regular truck maintenance can help cut down your fleet management costs. Here are some benefits of regular truck maintenance:

– Have alignment checks completed to prevent your tires from rapidly wearing down. This will not only keep your truck drivers safe on the road but it will make the truck fleet more fuel efficient.
– Have your tires balanced to remove cab vibrations.
– Have valve caps installed for your tire valve stems to protect your tires from road dirt that eventually makes your tires leak air.
Bottom line: Preventative maintenance will  reduce your chances of having expensive fleet repairs because your fleet will be regularly inspected and repaired for automotive problems. This means no extensive downtime,  more fuel savings and more cash flow for your company.
Let us help you save lives and money with our Fleet Management services.  We are ready to monitor your fleet while you focus on running your company.
Routine checks and overall preventative maintenance are crucial to having a healthy fleet and saving money on operating costs. Middleton & Meads will help you accurately identify what equipment and repairs your fleet needs throughout the year, from fluid leaks to emission maintenance we have you covered. The preventative maintenance schedule we tailor to your fleet will help you protect your truck fleet from wear and tear on a monthly basis.If it comes to a point where you are better off trading in trucks or buying new trucks, we will let you know. We are always here to save you time and money.

For more information on effective fleet management, contact Middleton & Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton & Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:
http://www.worktruckonline.com/article/story/2007/07/40-ways-to-reduce-truck-fleet-costs.aspx

http://www.selectrucks.com/truckingtips/maintenance.aspx

Is it a good idea to outsource for bus fleet management services?

Friday, September 27th, 2013

Do you have your bus fleet serviced In-house? Is it interfering with your business productivity? Then it’s time to hire Middleton & Meads to handle your bus maintenance services and overall Fleet Management services.

Middleton & Meads is not your ordinary outsourced fleet management/ maintenance service provider. Take us as an extension of your business. We are a one-stop repair shop that’s 100% dedicated to cutting costs for our clients while keeping their fleets safe on the road.

Outsourced fleet management/ bus maintenance service is a great way for a company to analyze their business budget and find ways to directly/ indirectly save on fleet maintenance cost.
Here at Middleton & Meads we want you to focus on running your business as we keep your fleet in good condition.

With our upkeep and repair services, we can increase the efficiency of your fleet in no time. We will also increase the profitability you reap from your fleet.

With our preventative maintenance will improve the safety of your bus drivers, the satisfaction of your bus riders and the accuracy of your fleet operations.

You can have peace of mind that we are doing everything to reduce the risk that come with improper fleet management.

With our fleet management services, your bus fleet bodies will not rust, corrode or experience road shock. This level of maintenance will extend the life of your fleet. We do paint jobs; tire replacements and other commercial bus solutions.

Our state of the art fleet management system is the best decision you can make for your fleet. We will tailor a fleet management plan to help minimize expensive breakdowns and we will accurately keep track of all vehicle maintenance history and costs. Our fleet management services include PM Service to ensure your fleet has the proper preventative maintenance at all times.

Yes this includes oil changes, top off windshield washer fluid, brake fluid check/ top off and fuel filter replacement.

Middleton and Meads is here to keep you fleet safe and sound with our Mechanical Repairs and  Fleet Management services.

To contact Middleton and Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton and Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.firstvehicleservices.com/why-outsource-maintenance

http://ks.enconline.com/faqs_products.aspx

I-95 Toll Lanes Price Approved for Maryland

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

Fleet Management Services and Toll Lanes

Good news and bad news for truck drivers. I-95 toll lanes price are hefty and approved by the Maryland Transportation Authority Board.

The price truck drivers will be subjected to will all depend on the time of day and the type of vehicle they are operating when they pass through the I-95 toll lanes.

To give you some perspective,  a standard car passing through the I-95 toll lanes  would pay during peak hours, at the most, 35 cents  per mile.

I-95 toll lanes stretch 7-miles.

It’s expected that the average commuter will pay  at least $5 during rush hour  to go through the toll lanes.

The I-95 toll lanes will open in 2014. The toll lanes will be located between Interstate 95 east and north of Baltimore.

On a positive note, the I-95 toll lanes will make commuting quicker and better for drivers willing to pay the price.

Peak hours will range between 25 and 35 cents per mile for toll lane expense.

Residents of Maryland have the opportunity to give their thoughts about the cost to the Maryland Transportation Authority Board util November 4th, 2013.

The final vote for the price hike will be December 12th, 2013.

The State of Maryland constructed the tolls to  reduce congestion.

State Officials such as MdTA Acting Executive Security  Bruce Gartner expects  178,000 drivers will use the I-95 toll lanes weekly for the work commute.

The  four I-95 toll lanes are completely electronic lanes. Drivers using the toll lanes will need to purchase an E-ZPass.

Anyone using the toll lanes without an E-ZPass will have a citation sent to them and be required to pay a fee for the driving violation.

Large tractor trailers will pay the most expensive fees to use the I-95  toll lanes.

Maryland is considering making all toll lanes in the state electronic toll lanes as more and more drivers start to use E-ZPass.

Purchasing an E-ZPass saves time and money by reducing your time stuck in traffic. As long as you have the appropriate registration information connected to your E-ZPass, you cannot go wrong with your E-ZPass as you go through toll lanes.

Your E-ZPass will also inform you when you have a low balance to make sure you are good to go on the road. You can have your E-ZPass add more funds by providing your credit card information to automatically withdraw when funds are low. Your account statements will help you monitor your fleet activity and keep you within your budget.

Middleton and Meads is here to keep you safe and sound during your busy work commutes with our Mechanical Repairs and  Fleet Management services.

To contact Middleton and Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton and Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bs-md-95-etl-pricing-20130919,0,712940,full.story

http://seniortravel.about.com/od/rvtravelroadtrips/qt/EZPass.htm

How to prevent fatal bus accidents with fleet management services

Friday, September 13th, 2013

bus fleet management

This Friday September 13, 5 adults were injured in a Wheaton school bus crash. Out of the five injured, one person is seriously injured.

At the scene of the accident, the front end of a car and school bus are severely damaged. So far the police are unclear what caused the bus accident. Often bus accidents do not have a particular reason why a crash occurs. The police and fire officials have not stated whether students were on board the bus.

Based upon bus accident statistics, here are common causes of bus accidents:

  • Driver negligence
  • Inclement weather conditions
  • Defective brakes on the bus
  • Challenging road ways (difficult to see or navigate)
  • Lack of bus maintenance

How can you prevent bus accidents for your bus fleet?

Middleton & Meads can handle your Fleet Management services.  We understand how challenging it can be to monitor a bus fleet. With our bus fleet management system, we can develop a custom plan that will minimize the costly breakdowns of your bus fleet. We will also keep track of all vehicle maintenance history and costs to properly maintain your bus fleet annually.

Our fleet management plan includes a PM service plan that keeps your fleet current on oil changes, oil filter changes, top-off windshield washer fluid, coolant level/ top-off, check/ top-off brake fluid and much more!
Your drivers can also be pro-active at preventing bus crashes by practicing driving safety, refraining from cell phone usage while driving and not driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

Remember alert bus drivers are key to preventing bus collisions.Middleton & Meads is here to not only keep your fleet in good shape. We are also here to help you prevent fatal bus crashes.

Operator fatigue and the poor maintenance of a bus fleet are the two most common reasons fatal bus crashes happen.

Our mechanical repairs and regular bus maintenance are designed to address poor occupant protection; poor bus maintenance and fatigued driver concern.

You can count on Middleton & Meads to ensure your bus fleet safety, from improved seating to better window emergency exits.

Learn about our bus solutions.

To contact Middleton and Meads, call 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton and Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source:

http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Five-Adults-Injured-in-Wheaton-School-Bus-Crash-223610201.html?_osource=SocialFlowFB_DCBrand

http://www.tomkileylaw.com/library/boston-accident-attorney-public-transportation-mbta-accident-lawyer1.html

http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2011-06-16/opinions/35235138_1_bus-operators-bus-driver-and-six-bus-crashes

The Best Fleet Management Solutions

Saturday, April 20th, 2013
Are you new to the fleet industry? If you are new, it is time to get familiar with the best fleet management practices.
What happens in modern fleet operations?
Predominately modern fleet operations are focused on external suppliers.
Vehicles are sourced and supplier relationships are made top priorities.
When your fleet management is outsourced, it is important that engagement with suppliers remains.
This engagement with suppliers is crucial because day to day fleet management cannot be successful  without supplier engagement.
Fleet management includes carrying out supplier audits and reviewing and processing KPI’s.
Top fleet management should support fleet policy and understand the company’s overall company strategy.
Here are some best fleet management practices:
  1. GPS tracking to monitor multiple assets.
  2. Hire safe drivers. These are drivers that drive the speed limit, safely change lanes, signal and follow other traffic laws.
  3. Have a good fleet manager that is comfortable working in fast paced, high stress environments. The fleet manager should collect and store all vehicle data and driver data.
Maintain a competitive edge in the fleet business and develop your fleet management with Middleton & Meads Baltimore fleet management solutions.
We will provide you with technology solutions that locate the route of your fleet, the original route of the fleet as well as time halts/place halts and speed of fleet, fuel usage.

Learn about the Middleton & Meads’ fleet management.

Let us manage and monitor your fleet as you run your business.
Middleton & Meads offers a state of the art Fleet Management System to help maintain your fleet. Allow Middleton & Meads to customize a plan to minimize costly breakdowns. From cost reports to scheduling notifications, the Middleton & Meads Fleet Management System can help track your vehicle’s maintenance history as well as the costs to maintain your fleet.

Contact Middleton and Meads by calling 410-752-5588 or click here today for information.

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton and Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your bus transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!

Source: http://www.fleeteurope.com/10_fleet_management_tips_from_the_winners_of_the_fleet_europe_awards-en-146-183117.html

http://www.rmtracking.com/blog/2010/01/27/the-best-fleet-management-tips/

 

The Dangers Of Multi Federal And State Transit Taxes

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

As you may have witness during the State of The Union Address last night, big changes are coming to Federal and State Laws. The trucking industry is no exception.

Maryland’s General Assembly has been in session for one month and big changes are already underway as the state frantically searches for new sources of revenue to fund transportation projects such as highway construction and transit funding programs.

Just this month the Senate President, Mike Miller has introduced a bill that will tremendously impact the trucking industry. Here is what the bill pertains:

  1. The creation of 2 regional transit districts will happen for Baltimore and Washington DC. One in each metropolitan area and elected officials will serve on governing boards to issue bonds, set transit fares, and add a property tax on owners located in the metropolitan areas to pay for the State’s transit systems.
  2. Counties will have authorization to raise motor vehicle fuel taxes up to 5 cents a gallon on the wholesale level prior to the year 2017. The year 2017 the State will take the initiatives to impose the tax increase.
  3. A 3% sales tax on motor fuels will be implemented. Currently, motor fuels are exempt from sales tax.

This week, MMTA’s Legislative Committee has voted against this bill because the committee believes too many levels of government have the taxing authority privilege.

A taxing authority system as the one suggested in the bill is ripe for corruption such as excessive taxation, evasion and using tax revenue for non-transportation purposes.

This bill is just one of roughly 2,300 bills proposed.

If this bill gets passed it will impact the trucking industry in the following ways:

  • Overweight and Over extended vehicle penalties will increase.
  • Price caps on goods/ services/ transportation will be enforced for state emergencies.
  • Prevention of Hydraulic Fracking on natural gas vehicles.
  • No decal requirement on vehicles carrying controlled hazardous substances.

Contact Middleton and Meads by calling 410-752-5588 or click here today to prepare for Fleet Management, Maryland State, DOT, Chassis Inspections and more for your truck!

With three locations to serve you throughout Baltimore, Washington DC and Virginia, Middleton and Meads will keep you “on the road.” Our service professionals are experienced and knowledgeable. That is why companies of all sizes depend on us – day in, day out, mile after mile.

We work with you to provide the solutions to your transportation needs!

You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter as well!