Mitchell 1, a provider of technical information for vehicle maintenance, service and repair, has announced the availability of its Web-based heavy-duty vehicle service and repair information database, Tractor-Trailer.net. Mitchell 1 says Tractor-Trailer.net is the trucking industry’s first complete service and repair information source for all heavy-duty tractors, dry vans and reefers dating back to 1990.
Updated monthly, Tractor-Trailer.net will require no software installation, the company says, and it comes complete with tractor, trailer and reefer service and repair information, including sub-circuit color wiring diagrams for more than 1,100 Class 7 and 8 tractors, 1,800 trailers and 200 reefers. Content, according to Mitchell 1, will include service and repair information for:
To write the Tractor-Trailer.net database, Mitchell 1 says it employed a staff of 45 ASE certified technicians, 23 of which are truck-certified, with 13 being Master Truck Certified. ASE certification only is awarded to technicians that have at least two years of hands-on experience and pass one or more of ASE’s 40 specialty exams. The company says the easy-to-navigate Web-based product features: