This was featured in The Columbus Dispatch on 3/25/2018. We are absolutely thrilled for our dealership customers who poured their time, effort and money into this fundraising effort. Nothing short of WOW!!! CJM is pleased to support these worthy charities.
The challenges facing fleet operators of all types are significant and continue to grow. Commercial vehicle fleets across North America – ranging from transit agencies, public works departments, municipal governments, school districts, the U.S. military and large corporations – are increasingly utilizing higher capacity vehicles that often run hotter. What’s more, these vehicles require specific
Hi everyone. The other day I was making popcorn for my family. I do that every once in a while when we plan to watch a movie together. I always like to heat the cooking oil for a few minutes to make it nice and hot before I toss in the corn. But this time,
Every shop owner/manager is constantly trying to increase the productivity and efficiency of their shop, but it cannot come at the sacrifice of safety. The priority is to ensure the employees go home in the same way they came, so when it comes to safety, nothing is a good thing. Safety is when nothing happens. No
Heat and Productivity: The hotter it gets, the less productive you are – studies show productivity begins to decrease by about 1 percent for every degree the temperature rises above 77°F. *Besides being bad for the bottom line, heat stress can take a heavy human toll. Symptoms of heat stress range from rash and dizziness
Q: What is the current adoption rate for the new R1234yf refrigerant and what should technicians be aware of? A: Many major car manufacturers have already begun to utilize R1234yf in their automotive air conditioning systems. According to the most recent statistics, in 2014 only 4 million cars came factory installed with the new refrigerant. That
Thank You Denim for this great article. Written by Denim Simkins on 10/03/2016 It's October and in most parts of the country this means it's tire season. A couple of things come to mind when I hear this. Number one, shouldn’t EVERY month be tire month at our dealership? Number two, what are you going to do