Vehicles that are not used to transport goods or passengers are known as specialty vehicles. They often only have limited uses and fulfill a special task. To do this, the vehicles are individually adapted with complex alterations and additional equipment, which are often complex. The possible applications of specialty vehicles are many and varied. They can be used as cleaning vehicles, such as road sweepers in urban areas.
They are also used to save lives in the form of ambulances and fire trucks. Recovery trucks and tow trucks are also classed as specialty vehicles. An extra permit is required to keep this kind of vehicle. Specialty vehicles also have a special license plate to enable them to be distinguished from normal vehicles.
As a result of the individual adaptation of their features, specialty vehicles can be found in many sectors. They can be split into 6 different classes. These include municipal vehicles, which are mainly used in the urban sector. Emergency vehicles are another class, which support first responders in disaster situations. Other categories are private vehicles, forestry vehicles, construction vehicles and media vehicles
Municipal vehicles offer a wide range of possible applications. Our relays are used for voltage monitoring while our control systems regulate the hydraulic lift relief for the front coulter and the unfolding process of the side coulter. Read more
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