What are the advantages of truck air suspension

Trailers for Dry Vans

Dry van trailers are best transported by palletized, packaged, and loose cargo. The dry van trailer is the most prevalent type on the road today, with an average length of 53 feet.

Trailers with a Standard Flatbed

The conventional flatbed trailer and the dry van are very frequent types of trailers. Although they are available in various sizes (24, 40, 45, 48, and 53 feet), the 48-foot flatbed trailer is the most common.

Trailers with Refrigeration (Reefers)

Refrigerated trailers (commonly known as reefers) were created to transport any freight required temperature control.

Aerodynamics: improving the truck's slickness

Because trucks have such a large cross area, they must push air out of the path. Just repelling air consumes about 21% of your fuel. If you’ve ever flown a kite, you know how much force can be generated even when the wind is just gusting at 30 km/h. Multiply that by up to the width of your truck’s front end, and triple the wind speed.

What is a truck's automatic manual transmission (AMT)?

Automated manual transmissions are widely used and can be found on various vehicles. Volvo I-Shift, Eaton AutoShift, Renault Optidriver, Mercedes-Benz PowerShift, and UD Trucks ESCOT are among them. They are not the same as torque converter-equipped ‘automatic’ gearboxes; they are a modified manual gearbox with electronics controlling the shift rather than the driver.

In the trucking industry, what are the most common trailer types?

With so many different trailers on the road nowadays, it can be difficult to tell what each one is for and which one is ideal for your freight.

We’ve been in the trailer business since 1955, and we’ve helped customers choose the right one for them. Several trailers you see on the road today were developed in collaboration with top trailer manufacturers.

What is the mechanism of a truck's brakes?


Braking systems on current heavy vehicles are supplemented by safety systems such as ABS (anti-lock braking system), EBS (electronic braking system), ESC (electronic stability control), and ASR (automated stability control) (anti-slip regulation).

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