A list of suppliers who manufacture testing equipment for the bus sector. These solutions cover all those used in depots to assist with maintenance, such as tools and sensors for diagnostic testing. Buses need to be tested for safety, structural integrity and durability, reliability, performance such as braking performance, maintainability, noise, fuel economy and emissions.
Buying your own testing equipment isn’t a modest investment. But in the long run, it could be one of the best financial decisions you make.
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Totalkare explains everything you need to know before setting up an ATF Lane (Authorised Testing Facility) for heavy duty vehicles.
Totalkare is pleased to introduce a unique, all-in-one vehicle test solution for fleet operators and repair specialists alike.
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