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Long Haul Truckers Can Now Purchase the Maxwell ESM at Bosselman Boss Shop Locations Across U.S.

Long Haul Truckers Can Now Purchase the Maxwell ESM at Bosselman Boss Shop Locations Across U.S.

| David Yacobucci, Director of Engine Start Sales
Owner operators and fleet drivers can go to any of the 43 Bosselman Boss Shop U.S. locations to purchase the Maxwell Engine Start Module (ESM) and have it installed in their trucks on a while-you-wait basis. No appointment needed.

Boss Shop is one of America's largest truck service center chains with locations in 23 states—from Arizona to Pennsylvania. The majority of Bosselman Boss Shop service and repair shops are conveniently located near major truck stops. We are pleased to add Boss Shop to our expanding network of distributor partners and to provide long haul drivers with convenient ESM purchase and installation services.

If you aren’t already familiar with the Maxwell ESM, its core technology is ultracapacitors. It is not a battery and contains no lead and no acid, making it a reliable truck starting technology, especially for cold winter months. It replaces one Group 31 battery and takes over the starting function completely, effectively eliminating jump-starts. The Maxwell ESM ULTRA 31/1800 is built to crank diesel truck engines up to 16 liters in temperatures ranging from –40°F to +149°F.

To learn more about the Maxwell ESM, just visit our ESM page at Click here for a map of Bosselman Boss Shop locations.

SimonaDavid "Yaco” Yacobucci
Director of Engine Start Sales
About this author

Yaco began his career in 1984 selling the first cellular car phones in the Orange County/Los Angeles County area. For 12 years, he owned and managed Classic Cellular/Cellular Guidelines, an Air Touch/Verizon agency. Before joining Maxwell, Yaco was the global account manager for Qualcomm’s Consumer Products Division for five years and then transferred into Qualcomm’s Transportation and Logistics Division (currently Omnitracs) where he managed the Western U.S. territory for 10 years. He resides in San Clemente, California.


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