Infographic: The Anatomy of a Truck

According to federal government stats from 2015, there are approximately 1.05 million large trucks rolling around Canada’s roads and delivering goods from place to place. They come in many shapes and sizes—a truck can weigh anywhere from 4,500 kg to over 30,000 kg—and serve a variety of purposes, but once you start your car repair training, you’ll learn that all trucks work more or less the same way.
To help people who are interested in becoming a mechanic get ahead of the game, here’s a look at the basic anatomy of a truck. Though they vary in size, most trucks contain these essential components.
CATI - Anatomy of a Truck

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