Bendix hits sales milestone with Electronic Stability Control systems

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The Bendix ESP full-stability system is not activated on this tanker, which is equipped with outriggers for safety on the test track. The outriggers are installed during demonstrations to keep the vehicle from rolling over.The Bendix ESP full-stability system is not activated on this tanker, which is equipped with outriggers for safety on the test track. The outriggers are installed during demonstrations to keep the vehicle from rolling over.

Bendix has announced it has delivered more than 450,000 Electronic Stability Program systems since the system’s introduction in 2005.

The company says growing sales over the last six years, coupled with reorder rates at nearly 100 percent, have helped Bendix reach the milestone. Bendix’s ESP was the first full-stability solution widely available to the trucking industry, the company says.

Bendix’s system meets the compliance requirements for the coming stability control system mandate from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which will be required on all new Class 7 and Class 8 tractors on Aug. 1, 2017.

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