‘Cleaner’ Trucks a Direct Result of Advanced Semi-Truck Parts Design

More trucks in the U.S. are becoming ‘cleaner,’ as opposed to the ones that roamed America’s major roads and highways decades ago, mainly due to the continued advancement of semi-truck parts design. As AutoBlog Green’s Danny King notes in his article: “When it comes to diesel trucks, the good old days weren’t so good. Go back a quarter century, for instance. Back then, a singe diesel-powered truck was throwing off about 60 times the emissions a typical ‘clean diesel’ truck goes today.” Continue reading

Installing New Semi-Truck Parts Can Greatly Improve Fuel Efficiency

Gas is expensive—but you already know that. Currently, the national average price for gasoline sits at $3.72 per gallon. In several areas, gas prices hit the vicinity of $4.

As a truck owner, you cannot help but sigh and grumble each time gas prices are raised. After all, it’s not as if you can simply decide not to gas up. Fortunately, there are ways you can improve the fuel savings of your semi-truck. According to a report from Transport Topics, a new technology has been developed to increase the fuel efficiency of semi-trucks: Continue reading

Flexible Exhaust Tubing and General Car Maintenance to Lower Pollution

Air Pollution

In what The Guardian article attempts to call a last ditch effort to successfully reduce air pollution, the European Union, through its environment commission (EC), will strongly implement rules regarding vehicular emissions. Janez Potocnik, the environment commissioner of Europe, strongly suggested the fining of countries who will not abide by the rules that his group will provide. The article states:
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