Source: Bendix announcement
ELYRIA, Ohio – As real-world business conditions drive demand for online training options, distance learning is an increasingly vital tool for keeping North America’s fleets and truck drivers rolling safely – and for seven years, the Bendix On-Line Brake School has continually expanded and evolved to serve the entire trucking industry.
This spring, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC surpassed more than 100,000 registered users of brake-school.com, which provides easy and convenient access to nearly 90 training courses, as well as customized educational plans for fleets and industry organizations.
“Even as in-person training sessions and events have understandably been postponed or rescheduled industrywide, knowledge sharing and access to in-depth, up-to-date technical information remain crucial components of fleet, vehicle, and highway safety,” said Barbara Gould, Bendix director of corporate communications. “Reaching drivers, technicians, distributors, fleet personnel, owner-operators, and anyone in the trucking industry with free expert training when it fits their schedule – that’s been the purpose of brake-school.com since day one.
“We’re grateful for everyone who’s turned to the Bendix experts as a resource, and we’ll keep working to support their efforts toward safer highways and vehicles.”
Through free registration at brake-school.com, students can access a curriculum covering the full spectrum of braking and active vehicle safety system product topics, all developed by the team at Bendix.
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Recently added courses cover steering gears, as well as tutorials on Bendix® ACom® PRO™, the company’s recently redesigned and re-engineered diagnostic tool. Topics include general education on product features and operation, troubleshooting, diagnostics, and maintenance best practices. The portal also includes courses on:
• Air disc brakes
• Air dryers
• Electronic safety systems (including side object detection, lane departure warning, tire pressure monitoring, stability, and collision mitigation)
• Foundation drum brakes
• Slack adjusters
• Trailer safety systems
Courses number 89 in all, exploring complex systems in-depth while offering an easy-to-navigate interface. Others discuss highway safety and Reduced Stopping Distance (RSD). The Bendix On-Line Brake School also offers a complete air brake training course designed by the team behind the well-known in-person Bendix Brake Training School.
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