According to Stratistics MRC, the Global Commercial Vehicle & Off-highway Radar market is accounted for $94.37 million in 2018 and is expected to reach $723.61 million by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 25.4% during the forecast period. Some of the key factors propelling the market growth are increasing number of autonomous vehicles, rising demand for commercial vehicles, and need for measuring the velocity of vehicles with high accuracy. However, inability of the system to distinguish multiple targets is the restraining factor for the growth of the market.
Off-highway vehicles come across a variety of terrains that do not have proper visibility. The radar system has the ability to perform in adverse climate or lighting conditions, which go with the working environment of off-highways vehicles.
By vehicle type, commercial vehicle segment is expected to grow at a significant market share during the forecast period as it is becoming necessary to tackle speed, distance, and such parameters of the commercial vehicles. On the basis of geography, Asia Pacific is anticipated to hold considerable market share during the forecast period due to the increasing infrastructure projects initiated by governments in the region.
Some of the key players in Commercial Vehicle & Off-highway Radar include Continental AG, Robert Bosch GMBH, Hitachi, Panasonic, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, HELLA GmbH & Co, Infineon Technologies AG, Aptiv, Magna International, ZF, Valeo, Denso Corporation, Analog Devices Inc, Texas Instruments, NXP Semiconductors, Gentex Corporation, and Elektrobit.
Frequencies Covered: • 77-81 GHz • 24 GHz
Vehicle Types Covered: • Medium and Heavy Trucks • Commercial Vehicle • Off-hughway Vehicles • Buses • Agriculture Equipment • Construction Equipment • Mining Equipment • Pickup Trucks and Vans
Components Covered: • Long Range Radar • Short & Medium Range Radar • Mono Camera • Stereo Camera
Regions Covered: • North America o US o Canada o Mexico • Europe o Germany o France o Italy o UK o Spain o Rest of Europe • Asia Pacific o Japan o China o India o Australia o New Zealand o Rest of Asia Pacific • South America o Argentina o Brazil o Chile o Rest of South America • Middle East & Africa o Saudi Arabia o UAE o Qatar o South Africa o Rest of Middle East & Africa
What our report offers: – Market share assessments for the regional and country-level segments – Strategic recommendations for the new entrants – Covers Market data for the years 2017, 2018, 2019, 2023 and 2027 – Market Trends (Drivers, Constraints, Opportunities, Threats, Challenges, Investment Opportunities, and recommendations) – Strategic analysis: Drivers and Constraints, Product/Technology Analysis, Porter’s five forces analysis, SWOT analysis, etc. – Strategic recommendations in key business segments based on the market estimations – Competitive landscaping mapping the key common trends – Company profiling with detailed strategies, financials, and recent developments – Supply chain trends mapping the latest
The objective of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Service is to reduce commercial motor vehicle
accidents through the enforcement of Motor Carrier Safety Regulations; to protect the state highways from unnecessary
damage by securing compliance with state laws regulating weight of commercial vehicles; to ensure equitable payment of
commercial vehicle registration fees by enforcement of registration laws; to protect the rights, privileges, and safety
of the general public in the use of the public highway system by securing compliance with traffic laws and regulations
applicable to the operation of all vehicles.
The basic mission or responsibility of the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Service is weighing and
checking commercial vehicle traffic operating over the public highways of this state so that compliance with the
statutory provisions of law regulating weight, motor carrier safety, registration, transportation of persons,
hazardous material and other property can be obtained. It has joint responsibility with the Highway Patrol Service
to conduct Traffic and Criminal Law Enforcement primarily on rural highways.
Enforcement of Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
Enforcement of Weight and Size Laws
Enforcement of Hazardous Material Regulations
Enforcement of Registration Laws Applicable to Commercial Vehicles
Driving a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) requires a higher level of knowledge, experience, skills, and physical abilities than that required to drive a non-commercial vehicle. In order to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), an applicant must pass both skills and knowledge testing geared to these higher standards. Additionally CDL holders are held to a higher standard when operating any type of motor vehicle on public roads. Serious traffic violations committed by a CDL holder can affect their ability to maintain their CDL certification.
Driving a commercial motor vehicle is a big responsibility. It requires special skills and knowledge. Most drivers must obtain a commercial driver’s license (CDL) through their home State (it is illegal to have a license from more than one State). In addition, special endorsements may be required if you or your company drivers will be driving any of the following vehicles:
a truck with double or triple trailers
a truck with a tank
a truck carrying hazardous materials
a passenger vehicle
Contact your State licensing bureau (e.g., Department of Motor Vehicles) for details.
Any summary, description, or paraphrase of a regulatory requirement on this site is intended to provide general guidance only. Please consult the text of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for a full account of the applicable requirements.
FMCSA does not issue Commercial Driver’s Licenses (CDLs). State governments are responsible for issuing CDLs.
When you think about vehicles that have stood out the test of time, the first on your list would probably the Chevrolet Suburban, which entered production in 1935 and currently the longest-surviving vehicle nameplate in the world. The Ford F-Series trucks will also be a likely candidate, dating back to 1948 when the first of the F-Series pickup family first appeared.
The VW Beetle could have been also part of the list, dating back to 1949 – if only the German marque didn’t decide to ax the name recently. However, there’s another VW that have stood the test of time, and it’s the Transporter.
With 13 million units sold worldwide, the VW Transporter is officially celebrating its 70th birthday and currently stands as the longest-running commercial vehicle nameplate. Now on its sixth generation, the very first Transporter rolled off the Wolfsburg production line on March 8, 1950. It was also known as the Bulli, Kombi, VW bus, or microbus. Let’s take a little trip down the memory lane.
The T1 started out as a hand-built panel van in 1949, which then evolved into a rear-engined panel van, passenger van, and eight-seat bus. Its first examples are powered by the same engine found in the Beetle, with a maximum payload capacity of 1,653 pounds (750 kilograms). By 1967, around 1.9 million units of the Transporter T1 have been sold.
Fast forward to today, the VW Transporter T6.1 has been revealed in 2019. Now with a new engine, intelligent driver assistance systems, infotainment, and a redesigned front-end, the T6.1 gets a two-tone paint scheme as a nod to the original T1.
The bridge formula was introduced in 1975 to reduce the risk of damage to highway bridges by requiring more axles, or a longer wheelbase, to compensate for increased vehicle weight. The formula may require a lower gross vehicle weight, depending on the number and spacing of the axles in the combination vehicle.1
Commercial Vehicle Size (Length and Width) Standards2
National vehicle size standards apply on what is known as the National Network of highways. The National Network includes: (1) the Interstate Highway System and (2) highways, formerly classified as Primary System routes, capable of safely handling larger commercial motor vehicles, as certified by states to FHWA. The total National Network system is about 200,000 miles. (See table for specific limits.)
Federal Commercial Vehicle Size Limits on the National Network
Overall vehicle length
No federal length limit is imposed on most truck tractor-semitrailers operation on the National Network.
Exception: On the National Network, combination vehicles (truck tractor plus semitrailer or trailer) designed and used specifically to carry automobiles or boats in specially designed racks may not exceed a maximum overall vehicle length of 65 feet, or 75 feet, depending on the type of connection between the tractor and trailer.
Federal law provides that no state may impose a length limitation of less than 48 feet (or longer if provided for by grandfather rights) on a semitrailer operating in any truck tractor-semitrailer
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