Types of Semi Truck Insurance Coverage

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, May 21st, 2019 at 7:25 PM

Have you recently purchased an awesome semi truck and need semi truck insurance? Are you not happy with your current semi truck coverage and wondering what to do? Or maybe you’re considering purchasing a new semi and want to know as much as you can before you do? Regardless of your stage in the process, you’re in the right place.

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What It Looks Like Inside A Big Rig

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Uncategorized on Tuesday, May 7th, 2019 at 3:30 PM

We see them everywhere we go. We see them on the road, on the side of the road, at rest stops, at grocery stores…everywhere. With that being said, have you ever wondered what it looks like inside a big rig? These drivers travel from coast-to-coast where their 18-wheeler becomes their second home on wheels. Making a big rig suitable for day-to-day living,  manufactures put a lot of thought into building the rig digs to make it comfortable for the driver, on and off the road.  They don’t all look the same; the appearance, depends on the manufacturer, the decor and taste of the driver, and even additions of luxury for big rig owners.

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Famous Highways in the US

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Driver Info on Monday, April 15th, 2019 at 2:22 PM

We are all in our little corner of the world. It is easy to forget all the people, places, culture, and scenery that exists out in the world, let alone the US. While some may choose planes to get from destination to destination, others prefer the wide-open-roads. And for those people, they may want to bring their attention here. There are interstate highways, US numbered highways, state highways, country highways. Below are the top six famous highways not to miss, whether it’s a family road trip vacation, a trucker’s map of the must have routes to deliver their loads, or a time to be alone and soak in all the quiet. Get ready to start planning!

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Famous Trucker Songs – Old Songs and New

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Driver Info on Thursday, March 28th, 2019 at 8:18 PM
Famous Trucker Songs

April is right around the corner. This means sun shining, windows down, music loud. Are you picturing it yet? Okay, now you’ve turned on your Spotify playlist filled with the best trucker songs of all time; some new, some old, all awesome. Now you’re really in a good mood!

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How to Become A Truck Driver

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Trucking Industry Information on Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 7:27 PM

There are a lot of reasons why truck drivers love their job. Not only do they play an essential role in society by transporting a wide range of materials and products every day and night, even during a crisis, but they also enjoy financial stability and job security.

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Can Section 179 Benefit You and Your Business?

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Buying Advice, News & Info on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 at 8:55 PM
Can Section 179 Benefit You and Your Business?

Can Section 179 Benefit You and Your Business?

December is upon us! And what comes after December? Tax Season. THIS tax season, you can take a Section 179 deduction of up to $1 million dollars.

You might wonder.. What is Section 179? Believe it or not, it’s not complicated.

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Regional, OTR, or Vocational Trucking: What’s Right for You

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Buying Advice, Driver Info on Friday, September 7th, 2018 at 3:22 PM
Three types of trucking - Regional Over the Road Vocational Trucks

Regional, OTR, or Vocational Trucking: What’s Right for You

Truck driving is a popular occupation and it’s important to weigh your options and find what the best fit is for you. There are three main types of trucking:

  1. REGIONAL – This typically involves day trips – often a maximum of one or two nights out. A driver may run areas anywhere from a few city/counties to a few states.
  2. OVER THE ROAD (OTR) – A long-haul otr driver can spend weeks at a time on the road, with coast-to-coast loads.
  3. VOCATIONAL – Vocational drives take care of specific jobs or tasks. This category includes anywhere from dump trucks, end-dumps & side-dumps, belly dumps, refuse (garbage trucks and roll-offs), concrete trucks, service trucks, rail trucks- and the list goes on. These types of rigs are often found in construction sites, oil fields, landfills, and more.

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Truck Maintenance Checklist for Winter

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Driver Info, News & Info, Service and Parts on Wednesday, February 7th, 2018 at 5:39 PM

Checklist for Winter Truck Maintenance

With the coldest months of winter upon us, it’s important to prepare your trucks for extreme cold temperatures. Extreme cold may impact the aftertreatment system heat management, which could impact the efficiency of your truck if not maintained properly.

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Valve Adjustments Explained

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Certified Pre-Owned, Cummins Engines, Mobile Service, PACCAR Engines, Service and Parts on Friday, December 15th, 2017 at 5:06 PM
Service Valve Adjustment

Why You Need a Valve Adjustment for Your Diesel Engine

A valve adjustment (sometimes also called an overhead) is vital to the health of your diesel engine to ensure proper combustion. This is often an overlooked task for proper engine maintenance; however, neglecting your valves could lead to a lot of unwanted hassles like loss of power and decreased fuel efficiency. Keeping a close eye on the valve lash can alert you to a problem before it leads to hefty repair costs for your diesel engine and a lot of unplanned downtime.

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Mobile Truck Service – Quick Onsite Mobile Truck Repair

By Allstate Peterbilt Group | Posted in Mobile Service, Service and Parts on Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017 at 6:00 PM

 Service When And Where You Need It.

Mobile Truck Service brings OEM certified technicians to your location to help diagnose problems and perform truck repairs onsite.

If you’re like most fleet owners, you may be able to perform routine maintenance at your facility, but you probably don’t have an OEM certified technician or electronic diagnostic tools on hand for the more complex jobs. Whether you need emergency truck assistance or your fleet needs an annual repair, we are here to keep your truck on the road. Read the rest of this entry »

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