Mack Trucks are the safest conventional trucks in the Australian market. What makes Mack Trucks so safe?
Mack Trucks provide our customers with industry leading active safety technology, coupled with inherent passive safety features, to deliver the most advanced safety package in a conventional truck.
Superior safety has a positive impact on business. Mack Trucks Australia partnered with Bendix Wingman Fusion to provide our customers with industry leading active safety technology, coupled with inherent passive safety features, to deliver one of the most advanced safety packages in a conventional truck.
Bendix Wingman Fusion safety features include distance alerts, stationary object alert, advanced collision mitigation system, Bendix® BlindSpotter, lane departure warnings and adaptive cruise control, all of which help the driver to navigate in city traffic with minimum stress.
Core ABS braking
Park brake door alarm
Front and side underrun protection (FUPs and SUPs)
Automated Manual Transmission - reducing driver fatigue
Cabin strength - steel cabins have undergone testing to comply with UN ECE regulations 29R
Integrated seat belt/suspension seat
Bonnet absorbs impact
Watch how this Mack demonstration video provides an alert and braking intervention when the system definitively identifies a large, stationary vehicle in the lane, to help the driver mitigate a collision.
Mack Trucks road full-stability system helps drivers mitigate rollovers and loss-of-control situations on wet and dry roads. The system helps to mitigate vehicle jack-knifes, slides, skids and loss-of-control through advanced monitoring of a variety of vehicle parameters and automatic and selective application of vehicle brakes. The Mack road stability advantage system (RSA), through its roll stability program, helps to mitigate rollovers through advanced sensing and automatic application of vehicle brakes.
To see how the road stability advantage system works, check out the following video demonstrating how the Mack Metro-Liner quickly and automatically intervenes before reaching a critical situation.