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David Brierley

Editor | Fleet Maintenance

David Brierley is a former editor of Fleet Maintenance magazine.

Brierley’s education and career have been based in the publishing industry. He is an award-winning writer and comes from a background in automotive, trucking, and heavy equipment. Brierley joined the Endeavor Business Media vehicle repair group in 2017 as managing editor for Fleet Maintenance, PTEN, and Professional Distributor magazines, as well as VehicleServicePros.com. In his current role, he writes for and oversees production of Fleet Maintenance magazine. He has worked in the publishing industry since 2011.

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Pulsating brake-activated lamps, in addition to standard steady-burning brake lamps, can help avoid rear-end collisions.
Chassis, Body & Cab

Pulsating brake lamps and their impact on fleet equipment

July 21, 2021
How fleets can benefit from current FMCSA lighting regulation exemptions.
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mobile maintenance staff should have lighted and reflective vests for proper visibility during roadside service.
Shop Safety

Technician safety: Priority No. 1

July 15, 2021
The bottom line is important to every fleet, but the most important assets in the maintenance bay are the people.
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Shop Management

How to use fleet maintenance management resources wisely

July 6, 2021
Informational sources are available to provide the knowledge you need for the task at hand.
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Shop Safety

Coast Products introduces line of safety gear

July 2, 2021
The new products provide technicians with innovation and additional safety, according to Coast CEO David Brands.
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Commercial vehicle clutch care

June 18, 2021
Spec’ing, service, and repair considerations to keep manual and AMT clutches in optimal condition.
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AMTs tend to be more efficient, require less preventive maintenance, and – perhaps most importantly – require less experienced drivers.

The future of AMTs and manual transmissions

June 10, 2021
Manual transmissions still have a place in the heavy duty market, but for how long?