Eaton Corp.’s Fluid Power Group says it will begin trial road tests of a garbage truck fitted with a unique new hybrid propulsion system specifically designed to increase the efficiency of heavy-duty commercial vehicles. Eaton's Fluid Power Group says the typical refuse collection truck with a 33,000-65,000-lb. (14,969-29,484 kg) gross vehicle weight – about 75,000 are operating in the U,S – makes 800-1,200 stops per day, burns $5,000-$10,000 of fuel per year and requires brake maintenance ...

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