Knorr-Bremse AG is acquiring commercial vehicle steering technology supplier R.H. Sheppard Co. from Wabco for $149.5 million.
The school bus manufacturer will start offering Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems’ Intellipark Electronic Parking Brake on its Saf-T-Liner C2 and Saf-T-Liner C2 Jouley electric bus in July 2020.
The new website and literature-on-demand center includes access to literature and video covering nearly 75 Wabco products.
A brake interlock system could easily allow a driver being held at gunpoint the means to prevent the bus from moving by purposely not following the required release steps and claiming mechanical problems to the assailant, thus giving law enforcement more time to respond.
Registration is open for the supplier’s Air Brake Training course and its new Advanced Technology Training course.
The Bendix ESP System is an antilock braking system (ABS)-based stability technology that uses a series of sensors designed to continuously monitor vehicle parameters, including wheel speed, lateral acceleration, steering angle, brake pressure, and yaw rate.
Raybestos’ new Commercial Vehicle Application Catalog and Specification Guide (BPI-CV17) is designed to help fleet managers and professional service technicians meet the demands of maintaining and repairing commercial vehicles.
School bus dealer Sonny Merryman equips all Thomas Built school buses in the state with the safety device. Some buses were found to be missing the device in May.
The brake supplier’s new guide provides part numbers and spec information for the complete Raybestos commercial vehicle line.
According to the Virginia DOE, as many as 4,000 buses may be missing the state-required device, which prevents the parking brake from accidentally disengaging.
A Florida judge rules that Lenoir Sainfirmin is not guilty of a charge of reckless driving that is based on a Sept, 17, 2015 incident in which the driver crashed into a pond, citing a lack of evidence.
Registration is open for the complete schedule of sessions, which start on March 21 in Owosso, Michigan, and cover 14 states before concluding in November.
The companies enter an agreement to co-brand premium brake shoe kits, which are offered through the Fleetrite heavy-duty parts brand, covering about 50 part numbers.
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