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VIS to Demo VIS-Polish and New Leek-Seeker Products at 2015 NTEA Work Truck Show

(Orlando, FL) Vehicle Inspection Systems is happy to announce our showcase and attendance at the annual NTEA Work Truck Show for the fifth consecutive year. The 2015 Work Truck Show will be hosted in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Indiana Convention Center from Wednesday, March 4 to Friday, March 6. VIS will be located at booth #314 and will showcase the VIS-Polish System, The Leek-Seeker, the Squirrel: Wheel Safety Device, and EverythingPolish.com.

Throughout the three day span of the Work Truck Show, Vehicle Inspection Systems will conduct daily demonstrations of the VIS-Polish to display the efficiency and ease of polishing and refurbishing aluminium truck wheels in returning them to their original mirror-like shine. The VIS team will also demonstrate the Leek-Seeker’s leak detection capabilities in assisting the discovery of air leaks in brake lines, air lines, and much more.

The NTEA Work Truck Show is the premier event and show for the work truck industry. With attendees and exhibitors from the fleet and manufacturing market, the annual Work Truck Show offers exposure to many facets of the work truck industry.

Stop by booth #314 at the 2015 NTEA Work Truck Show to see the VIS-Polish system and the Leek-Seeker in action!

Vehicle Inspection Systems Installs Second Portable Brake Testing Unit in

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(Orlando, FL) Vehicle Inspection Systems is pleased to announce the deployment of a second portable brake testing unit for the State of Alaska’s Department of Transportation. Following the installation of their first portable VIS-Check unit in 2014, the VIS team completed assembly and deployed a second unit in Anchorage, AK in early January of this year.

Members of the Vehicle Inspection Systems technical and sales team travelled to Anchorage to put the finishing touches on Alaska’s second portable brake tester. Weaver Bros., Inc., a local truck carrier in Anchorage provided working facilities to complete the build of the machine. The VIS team was able to fulfil their obligation and complete the handover of the unit. Alaska’s Department of Transportation, like several other states, have chosen the VIS-Performance Based Brake Tester portable unit to allow them the flexibility of conducting inspections at weigh scales as well as moving the equipment to different locations throughout the state.

With the delivery of the Alaska unit VIS is pleased to announce we now have testing equipment as far south as Florida and as far north as Alaska. To learn more about how VIS can help with state and fleet brake inspections contact our offices directly at 407-206-3615.

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