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Volvo FH 4x2 trucks used in the test
"Swedish truck manufacturer Volvo Trucks and tire maker Michelin have recently conducted a large-scale test that showed just how much wheel alignment, tire pressure and rolling resistance affect fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions. Analysis of the test results reveals that there can be a difference of as much as 14.5 percent in fuel consumption depending on how the wheels are aligned and equipped. The tire choice can cut consumption by as much as 11 percent, correct tir..." Continue Reading →
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