Navigating Mobility Challenges: Our GVW Reduction Process

Navigating Mobility Challenges: Our GVW Reduction Process
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Navigating Mobility Challenges: Our GVW Reduction Process

The gross weight of a vehicle (GVW) directly affects mobility. Over time, weight increases can occur due to how the vehicle is operated, legislation changes, vehicle modifications and add-ons, resulting in unintended consequences for fleet owners and operators such as:

  • Slower, less mobile vehicles.
  • Reduced component life due to overloading.
  • Increased maintenance costs.
  • Increased fuel consumption.

Reducing

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Why Independent Suspension Improves Vehicle Roll Performance
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Why Independent Suspension Improves Vehicle Roll Performance

As a vehicle changes direction due to steering input, a lateral force causes the vehicle to lean in the opposite direction which may result in a vehicle rollover event (typically due to a combination of a high center of gravity, speed, load shift and steering input).

You cannot change the Laws of Physics, so what can you do?

The roll-over threshold of a vehic

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Ride and Handling: Crucial for Vehicle Performance
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Ride and Handling: Crucial for Vehicle Performance

Crucial for Vehicle Performance

Ride and Handling (R&H) is one of the most impactful day-to-day aspects of vehicle performance. So, what do we mean by Ride and Handling? In short, it is how a vehicle behaves during operation, how it responds to driver and terrain inputs and how this is reflected in driver confidence and comfort levels for vehicle occupants. Ride quality is the degree to which occupants are isolated from vibrations and accelerations trans

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An immersive approach to technology transfer
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An immersive approach to technology transfer

For over 50 years, we’ve championed close working relationships with our clients, especially when it comes to transferring knowledge, technology and know-how. What we offer is the complete opposite of a plug-and-play approach. Back in 1970’s, we developed a unique technology transfer model to mitigate any issue with transfer early in the design process. We wanted to ensure the success and smooth progression of local manufacturing. With long and detailed product

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