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Winter's Over & It's Time to Swap Machines: Proper Maintenance & Storage of Snow Removal Equipment

Posted by on 22 April 2014

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At long last, it’s time to put your Pro-Tech Sno Pusher back into storage till next winter rolls around. Before you do that, you’ll want to perform some specific end-of-winter maintenance, to ensure problems don’t develop during equipment storage and your Sno Pusher is clean and ready to go when those frozen flakes start to fall again.

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Overcome the Polar Vortex with the Best Equipment and a Smart Plan

Posted by on 13 February 2014

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It's the year of the Polar Vortex. As you read this, yet another massive winter storm is rolling up the East Coast, bringing unprecedented cold and snow even to states that almost never see such weather. And while those of us in the Northeast may be used to harsh winters, trucking companies and heavy equipment operations can? afford to simply ?ake it in stride.?For truck drivers, storms can literally be a matter of life and death. And for municipalities, state transportation agencies and private businesses, repeated efforts to move and remove accumulating snow can be a round-the-clock struggle.

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Get in Gear for Winter with Tracey Road Equipment

Posted by on 6 December 2013

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Let Tracey Road Equipment Keep You Ahead of the Snow!

Tis the season for snow! It's hard to believe it's already December and the official start to winter is upon us, but it's only a matter of time until the snow is flying and we start accumulating several feet of the white stuff. And with heavy amounts of snow compiled, increased maintenance is required to appropriately deal with the slippery stuff - men and women in the construction, truck & highway industries are responsible for keeping our roads, parking lots, and driveways safe, salted & sanded, and free of snow. Oftentimes, they work late into the night and in the wee hours of the morning under a tight schedule to maintain and facilitate travels for children to get to school, people to get to work, and everyone else to get where they'se going - and, most importantly, safely.

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