With locations in Washington, Oregon and California, Papé Kenworth is a premier dealer of new and used semi trucks throughout the West. From outstanding 24/7 service and support to advanced technology and an extensive parts inventory, Papé keeps you moving. Check out our blog for the latest industry news and resources, driver tips and insights, upcoming events, and more! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact a Papé representative at your nearest location for all your Kenworth needs.
With the existing market conditions, fleet managers are looking for new ways to recruit and retain qualified drivers. Offering competitive salaries and guarantees on miles and home time is a must, but the truck driver recruiting ideas below are some of the other ways you can stay ahead of the competition.Read More
Finding a work-life balance is especially important for those in the trucking industry who spend so much time away from home. As the holidays approach, many of you will haul more loads and be on the road for more days at a time. To help, our team at Papé Kenworth put together three tips for how you can maintain a healthy work-life balance.
A pre-purchase inspection is similar to the CDL pre-trip inspection, but involves a more in-depth look. If you are familiar with the mechanics and components of the truck, you can use the following guidelines to complete an inspection yourself. If you’re not, it’s best to leave the inspection to a professional.Read More
The Papé Kenworth E-commerce Portal is the easiest way to order Kenworth parts for your semi-truck. The recent version update features eCat Paccar Parts Lookup which enables you to search for parts by diagram or model number.Read More
Whether you’ve been a company driver for decades or just earned your CDL, you’ve probably thought about what it would be like to be an owner-operator. Setting your own schedule, owning your own truck, running your own business…sounds great, right? But what does it really take to become an owner-operator?Read More
A 132-page report published by the National Academies of Science (NAS) last month highlights the analysis of the U.S. Department of Transportation CSA Safety Measurement System (SMS) and calls for an overhaul of the ranking algorithm and how it identifies high-risk carriers.Read More