Greg Wentworth

Greg joined the ATS team in 2019. He’s spent more than 30 years working on all types of trucks and trailers and spent 29 years as a dealer technician. He carries several certifications from different original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). His favorite part of his role as a technical trainer and quality assurance insurance inspector is helping the technicians learn and build their own knowledge base.

By: Greg Wentworth
July 5th, 2024

As a truck driver, you know your rig is more than just a vehicle — it's your livelihood. If you’re an over-the-road (OTR) driver, It’s your home away from home. It’s the tool you need to do your job and bring home money to support your family. One of the most critical aspects of keeping your truck in top shape is paying attention to the warning lights on your dashboard.

By: Greg Wentworth
October 17th, 2023

Imagine this: You’re driving overnight and you’re in the middle of nowhere. Suddenly, your engine starts derating. You pull over and do a forced regen, hoping to solve the problem, but it doesn’t work. You’re stuck on the side of the road for the night until you can get a tow to a nearby shop in the morning. The tow is over $1,000 and the shop is charging you more than $200 an hour for diagnostic work. That’s not even factoring in how much you’ll pay for parts and labor and the time you’ll spend waiting around for the truck to get fixed.

By: Greg Wentworth
May 11th, 2022

Short of an accident, there are few things worse than driving down the road and seeing your check engine light turn on — or any other hazard light for that matter. There are thousands of things that could be wrong with your truck, just as there are hundreds of parts on your truck that keep it running. Is it going to be a minor fix? Or is it something that’s going to keep your truck in the shop and off the roads for days?