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What You Need to Know About Obtaining an Overweight Permit

Oct 28, 2022 2:37:27 PM / by Jacquelyn Pack posted in Air Scale, Overloaded, BIT Air Scale, Gross vehicle weight, Fines

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What is the maximum axle weight for trucks?

By federal regulations, a load is overweight when it is: 

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How to Read Truck Weights Using a Pressure Gauge on Air Suspensions

Oct 25, 2022 8:34:24 PM / by Mike Riegel posted in Air Scale

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Today's trucks and trailers are almost all manufactured with air suspension to make the ride as smooth as possible, reduce strain on the truck's drive train, and improve fuel mileage. It's also paved the way for air suspension truck scales and pressure gauges to measure load weight. Suspension truck scales are great because they don't interfere with the trailer raising and lowering to keep a stable ride height. They're also easily installed and replaced, which minimizes the amount of downtime needed to maintain them.

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Blue Ink Tech becomes a truck scale supplier on weighingreview.com

Oct 20, 2022 12:33:28 PM / by Mike Riegel posted in Air Scale

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Blue Ink Tech has just been listed as a supplier on weighingreview.com for is onboard truck scale bluetooth sensors.

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week: Special Deals for Truckers!

Sep 13, 2022 8:07:24 AM / by Jacquelyn Pack posted in Air Scale, BIT Air Scale, Fuel, Saving, Deals, Giveaways, News

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week just started this past Sunday and will continue until Saturday, September 16th. A few companies, including Blue Ink Tech, have announced how they’ll celebrate the week with special deals, giveaways, and recognition. Read to the end to learn more about our special giveaway for this week.  

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How Overloaded Trucks Cost More in Diesel Fuel

Jun 9, 2022 7:48:59 AM / by Mike Riegel posted in Air Scale, Truck Scale, Fuel Economy, Fuel Savings

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It's no secret that the rising fuel cost has caused an intense strain on the trucking industry. With the national average of diesel being $5.71/gal and rising at the time of this post, the cost of everything has been deeply affected. Many carriers are left making deep cuts wherever they can while waiting for rates to catch up to rising costs.

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