May 9, 2013
Fleet Engineers has launched its AeroSaver, which is currently in production and is available for ordering.
The company says the AeroSaver reduces fuel consumption by up to 7 percent.
The skirt also has installation options, and they can be placed either angled or straight and can be installed by one person.
This product is made in the USA from recycled materials and meets the CARB (California Air Resources Board) standalone trailer aerodynamic requirements for the GHG/Smartway rule, according to Fleet Engineers.
Each panel is UV impregnated to resist fading and cracking, is made out of extruded flexible plastic designed to bend over obstacles, and can be replaced independently if damage does occur.
AeroSaver is available in either white or grey.
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