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June 2013, TruckingInfo.com - Feature

Transmissions: Automating for Fuel Savings

Drivers still have some control over automated manual transmissions, but the equipment will usually do a better job of improving fuel economy if it’s simply left alone.

By Jim Park

Traditional thinking on automated manual transmissions has it that AMTs are the great equalizers – bridgers of skill gaps between the best and the worst drivers in the fleet. While that’s still true, AMTs now bring even more to the fuel-economy table, offering fuel savings in their own right beyond what even the most professionally driven manual transmission could accomplish.

Tags: Fuel Savings, Cummins, DTNA, Eaton, Volvo Trucks, Mack, Transmissions, Automatic Manual Transmissions, Volvo I-shift, SuperEconodyne, Allison Transmission

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