Adoption of trailer rear-end aerodynamic devices increased in 2017, states NACFE
In the last report out, Tuesday August, 28 2018, the North American Council for Freight Efficiency [NACFE] is once again stating the positive results of adopting technologies in commercial vehicles to reduce fuel consumption and therefore CO2 emissions.
According to the reports, fleets taking part in the Run on Less-program are reducing their overall consumption, reaching an impressive 7.28 miles per gallon by 2017.
Overall, the report confirms that trailer skirts have penetrated the North American market and are commonly accepted. Furthermore, tails are now following the trend as accepted product candidates to improve fuel efficiency through trailer aerodynamics.
Follow the link to download the 2018 Annual Fleet Fuel Study from NACFE