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Should Heavy-Duty Truck Owners Consider Mild-Hybrid Systems?

Should Heavy-Duty Truck Owners Consider Mild-Hybrid Systems?

As carmakers work to meet stricter global emissions standards, many regular internal-combustion cars will adopt some degree of electrification--including systems with mild-hybrid aspects. A "mild hybrid" powertrain isn't capable of using electricity alone for propulsion. But it offers more... read more

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Semi trailer

Why Little APUs Can Save Giant Amounts Of Diesel Fuel

If you've never heard of an APU, you may not be a long-haul trucker. The acronym stands for auxiliary power unit, in this case a generator or other form of generating... read more April 27, 2014 by 


 
2014 Peterbilt 579

Obama Tells EPA To Set Next Heavy-Duty Truck Fuel-Efficiency Rule

Not all U.S. vehicles that burn gasoline or diesel fuel are passenger car and light trucks. Medium- and heavy-duty commercial trucks make up a small percentage of the traffic... read more February 20, 2014 by 


 
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Can 'Trailer Tails' Save A Semi 6 Percent Of Its Diesel Fuel?

One of the best ways to save a lot of fuel is to improve the efficiency of the lowest-mileage vehicles on the roads. Those include semis, which often get no more than 2 or 3... read more August 26, 2011 by  2


 

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