The idea has merit but theres other things they need to check under the hood too.
The real issue is the little jerk-offs just need to start doing the job theyre paid to do, not only are they paid to deliver medical equipment but also to maintain the trucks and if they cant do the job correctly they can go find less taxing employment elsewhere.
If they were being paid minimum wage it'd be a different story, I dont have a guy in the shop that makes less than $21 an hour with full benefits, we hire at $18 with full benefits no experience or degree required, theyre just lazy, but like I said let 1 of them leave that truck without oil again and he'll be a lesson for all of them.
Making this truck last until 500K has become a challenge of mine and I'm determined to succeed.