NextTruck to Focus on Engine Performance Results

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Articles detailing semi-truck engine performance results for last year are among those slated for inclusion in the May issues of NextTruck, the nation’s premier source for buyers and sellers of semi-trucks and trailers.

Articles detailing semi-truck engine performance results for last year are among those slated for inclusion in the May issues of NextTruck, the nation’s premier source for buyers and sellers of semi-trucks and trailers.

“Trucks with 2010 engine technology have spent significant time on the road now,” said Amy Looper, general manager, “and the data collected by engine makers is impressive.” The engine performance results are generally positive, she added, and will be highlighted in the Publisher’s Column of NextTruck.

Looper said additional editorial content in the magazine’s May issues would include articles about creating a business map, as well as safe driving.

“Our Dollars & Sense column will focus on transforming a trucking business into a more successful venture,” she remarked. “The key is to create a business map then find your way along its route by measuring and managing performance.”

Another feature in May will be the Partners in Business column, which will deal with staying compliant and safe. It’s up to the trucker to know and to follow regulations, and to practice safe driving, said Looper.

“NextTruck is recognized nationwide as a reliable and trusted industry resource,” commented Looper. “In every issue, the quality of our editorial content is unparalleled. We feature timely, pertinent information that helps truckers reach their maximum levels of performance, productivity, safety and efficiency. Plus, active buyers can find the very best selection of semi-trucks, trailers, parts and accessories listed for sale.”

NextTruck is printed twice monthly and is distributed to over 750 premier and independent truck stops and convenience stores throughout the continental United States. Among them are Flying J Travel Plazas, select Pilot Travel Centers and Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores.

The print edition is also mailed to owner/operators and fleet executives who are verified purchasers of semi-trucks, trailers, parts and accessories. A digital edition of each issue is emailed to over 100,000 recipients.

At http://www.nexttruckonline.com, buyers can search NextTruck’s online inventories for their perfect match from a wide range of commercial trucks. These include Peterbilt Trucks, Kenworth Trucks, Freightliner Trucks, Volvo Trucks, International Trucks, Mack Trucks, Ford Trucks, Isuzu Trucks, and many other makes.

NextTruck is a joint venture of Randall-Reilly Publishing, in business since 1934 in Tuscaloosa, AL, and TAP Publishing, operating since 1937 in Crossville, TN.

For more information, email Amy Looper, general manager, at alooper(at)nexttruckonline(dot)com, or call 866-783-5137 or 931-707-3800.

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