A new truck app, optimised to be customer-friendly, has been launched by Isuzu Trucks.
MyIsuzu, described by the commercial vehicle manufacturer, as an app designed and developed with the Australian user in mind will debut to coincide with the 2019 Brisbane Truck Show.
The app helps Isuzu customers streamline the process of identifying and matching the right solution for the right requirements.
"MyIsuzu enables customers to seamlessly access Isuzu’s broad range of truck models without the need to rifle through multiple model variants within each truck type," Isuzu said in a statement.
Available on Apple and Android devices, MyIsuzu operates with hyper-intuitive toggle functions and filters allow the user to quickly determine a short list that will best fit their business needs.
MyIsuzu also provides information on a variety of service and support items, including access to Isuzu Trucks online recall checker, service agreements and warranty information.
Motorists and professional drivers expect, as a minimum, to be able to fill their fuel tanks whenever a service station is open. The long distances between centres of civilisation in some parts of Australia of course present a challenge for the distribution of fuel – a challenge willingly taken up by Hunts Fuel in South Australia.