Study Group Information Reports

S.15 Specialty Trucks Study Group Information Report 2006-2: Hybrid Work Trucks: Preparing for Market Introduction

One of the most promising new technologies emerging to meet fuel efficiency and environmental challenges for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles is the hybrid drive system. Hybrid drive systems offer the potential both to increase vehicle fuel efficiency and at the same time to reduce actual vehicle emissions below the level of the engine certification.

S.6 Chassis Study Group Information Report 2002-1: Road Chemical Induced Corrosion

Aggressive corrosion, caused by new formulations of road ice clearing chemicals, has recently become a serious maintenance problem for many equipment users. Use of magnesium chloride- and calcium chloride-based products by certain states is especially associated with increased incidence of corrosion on vehicles, causing damage in as little as a single winter season.