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Semi-trailers go miles and suffer an equal on-road damage as the tractors. Although contemporary trailers are sturdier and more efficient, they still need constant maintenance. Here are the pointers signifying the importance of servicing:
Keeping a check on the air pressure saves you from a major expenditure — getting new tires for your semi-trailer sooner than they actually need to be changed. Regular servicing would include timely monitoring of tire pressure, or inflation systems.
Heat cracks on the air springs, friction on suspensions or unequal or insufficient pressure in air springs may be another cause of worry for you in the longer run. A timely and thorough inspection of your suspensions would go a long way.
An essential aspect of maintenance is to prevent damage. A semi-trailer needs to be inspected for slack adjustment, chamber push rod, and the brake drum, too, should be measured. An experienced crew of technicians equipped with the right tools and technology can help you save time and money.
Despite precautions, your semi-trailer may take a hit either on-the-go, or due to natural withering. Repairing the rusting brakes, interior leaking or cracking would certainly prevent potential damage to the stored goods, and ensure timely and intact shipment.
Do your share in reducing the 8.7 percent trailer and semi-trailer accidents in the USA by reaching out to Country Supply here for complete diagnostics, servicing and repairing of your semi-trailer.
At Country Supply, we have a fully equipped, dedicated service department to guide you through and provide you suitable and required semi-trailer services and repairs. Contact us now.
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