Eco Flaps are on trucks of some of the top carriers in the industry.
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Wind resistance can negatively impact one-third of a vehicle’s fuel consumption.
Traditional mud flaps cause added drag and decrease fuel efficiency. In inclement weather, water spray caused by traditional mud flaps can compromise a driver’s line of sight. Not to mention, traditional flaps have a nasty habit of tearing off and breaking in tough driving conditions, causing equipment downtime, driver delays, and costly non-compliance fees.
Other low-cost “aerodynamic” flaps are just imitators and don’t have the testing or SmartWay verification to back their performance claims. What’s more, they’re not made from durable materials and break easily in inclement weather or tough driving conditions.
Unfortunately, many fleet owners are not aware they have a “mud flap problem.”