AeroSaver skirt comes in 3 pieces

From Michigan’s Fleet Engineers comes the AeroSaver trailer side skirt, an aerodynamic add-on made of recycled materials that’s claimed to reduce fuel consumption by up to 7%. It saves inventory by letting the user decide to install the skirt angled or straight with no additional hardware, while also simplifying repair by coming in three equal-length sections that can be replaced independently if damage occurs.

The company claims it can be installed by one person in less time than it takes two people to install other brands because of its engineered bracket system.

Available in either white or grey, each panel is UV-impregnated to resist fading and cracking, made of extruded, flexible plastic designed to bend over obstacles.

The AeroSaver meets the CARB (California Air Resources Board) stand-alone trailer aerodynamic requirements for the GHG/Smartway rule.

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