Truck Parts & Accessories Washington DC

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DT Auto Service
(301) 779-3333
5006 Buchanan St
Unit A
Hyattsville, MD
Services
Auto Parts,Service Stations,Truck Repair

Chevy Chase Automotive
(240) 395-4014
7725 Wisconsin Ave
Bethesda, MD
Services
Auto Parts,Service Stations,Truck Repair

Mobile Onsite Vehicle Maintenance
(703) 490-1680
918 Highams St SE
Washington, DC
 
Webers White Trucks
(202) 488-7744
1331 Half St SE
Washington, DC
 
Precision Truck Repair
(202) 832-7600
1075 Kenilworth Ave NE
Washington, DC
 
Service and Repairs Unlimited
(301) 559-6800
2908 Hamilton St
Hyattsville, MD
Services
Auto Parts,Service Stations,Truck Repair

A and D Inc
(301) 926-4331
802 Muddy Branch Rd
Gaithersburg, MD
Services
Trailer Repair,Truck Auto Body,Truck Parts,Truck Repair

Cmi
(202) 347-2001
2849 Georgia Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Precision Truck Repair Inc
(202) 388-6048
1075 Kenilworth Ave NE
Washington, DC
 

Gates introduces energy-saving products

Gates Corp., long known as a non-tire rubber company, announced three new complete system solutions in their Energy Saving product line at the Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association Ride and Drive event in Washington D.C.

The CabRunner Integrated Power System reduces fuel use and emissions by eliminating the need for semi-truck drivers to idle their engine while sleeping during a long-haul trip in order to power cab accessories, such as air conditioning, heat and lights, the company said. Every year about 1 billion gallons of diesel fuel is consumed due to idling. The CabRunner Integrated Power System can reduce this idling fuel consumption by 60 percent and greatly reduce the idling emissions, the company said. The CabRunner unit is available for aftermarket sale.

Gates also unveiled its E3 Drive technology for reducing fuel consumption in passenger vehicles. According to the company, the two-speed drive system allows accessories such as the air conditioning compressor and alternator to operate at idling speed, where fuel is used most efficiently by these accessories, while the engine still operates at drive speed. Driver will not notice a difference in the vehicle operation but will see their fuel consumption reduced by 5 percent or more, the company said. Gates is working with truck and auto manufacturers to implement the Gates E3 Drive. It also is an aftermarket product.

The Gates Electro-Mechanical Drive (EMD) stop/start technology for hybrid cars is d...

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