Have you ever heard of a garbage truck transformation? Or ever wondered how a trivial garbage collector vehicle can be modified into an e-garbage truck! A decade back such questions might have sounded ridiculous to most of us but in this 21st century, the technological development is self-evident of the miracles that can be created to transform such dreams into reality.
Besides, if the media reports are to be believed, the e-vehicles are not just a fictional concept but rather a key concept that is rapidly taking root in automobile industry to the extent that even before the final launch of vehicles, we already have demands being placed in the market.
However, a strategic analysis displays a bit larger B2B demand for e-vehicles as compared to the B2C demand since, the consumers in B2C are a bit skeptical in investing a large amount of money in the e-vehicle industry as the industry is still in its embryonic stage.
Well, if you still find it weird then let’s put some logic for this strange behavior of government and agencies to invest in the development of autonomous garbage trucks and delivery vehicles over the normal cars.
Deconstructing the need for e-garbage trucks and delivery vans
Often heavy vehicles like garbage vans or trucks contribute to pollution on a wider scale as compared to the cars since, these vehicles need a large amount of fuel for their functioning. Moreover, the huge size of these vehicles, limit their flexibility or movement in narrow alleys of the streets, making it difficult for them to collect garbage or to deliver parcels. At the same time, the presence of electric power drastically reduces the need for large batteries.
Thus, transformation of such colossal automobiles not only helps in increasing efficiency of operations for agencies and government, but it also acts as a maximum output producer in minimum finances. Owning to such benefits, renowned market players like Volvo, Tesla and Maruti Car are fueling in their research teams to focus on the e-transformation of heavy vehicles like garbage trucks and delivery vans, since these vehicles are the major service providers and are bound to run daily.
Future of E-Garbage Collectors and Delivery Vans
Now that you are well acquainted with the logic behind a budding image of trash collector vehicles, as next door e-vehicles, let’s proceed with the challenges that are faced by these vehicles. While researchers across the globe are trying their level best to overcome the shortcomings of e-garbage and delivery vehicles, the dearth of ultra-modern technology and financial resources obstruct the progress of such game changing e-vehicles.
However, the presence of socially responsible leaders like Trucks and Parts has certainly proved to be a boon for transformation of delivery vans and garbage trucks. Being a major trader of new, used and recycled truck, this company has churned its resources to transform the used garbage trucks for sale in Florida into the new next door electric vehicles.
Although the prototypes are still being … Read More