Years ago, the truck spec’d at the time of purchase was the truck you had five years later, with little or no chance of enhancing performance later down the road. Today, however, data is allowing trucks to continuously achieve performance improvements. Buyers are no longer bound by the original specification of the truck.

This is where companies like Fleet Advantage, a company that provides IT-based solutions for fleets and other companies, come in.

“Our business is managing data that we get from customer vehicles,” explains Mike Spence, vice president of Fleet Advantage. “Every truck has an onboard computer, which extracts the information.

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