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MEMA Hosts 2010 Capitol Hill Ride & Drive Event

April 15, 2010
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WASHINGTON - The Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association is hosting the 2010 Capitol Hill Ride & Drive, Tuesday, April 27, 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Peace and Garfield Circles, Capitol Hill. Attendees can test drive vehicles and see demonstrations of the latest advances in safety and fuel efficiency.

Participating organizations and technologies include:
  • BOSCH: Prototype car with Start/Stop System; Ford Flex with iBolt Occupant Classification System; and an Audi A3 TDI, the Clean Diesel 2010 Green Car of the Year

  • Cooper Standard Automotive: Ford Escape with Vehicle Sealing Systems, Anti-Vibration Systems, Thermal Management System; as well as fuel, brake and emissions technology. The vehicle will feature our Safe Seal technology, a PACE award winning technology.

  • Valeo: Park4U semi-automatic parking system; other low speed maneuvering systems, and iStARS micro-hybrid stop-start system.

  • American Trucking Associations: ATA high-tech show trailer with interactive safety displays, truck simulator, and an opportunity to sit in the cab of the tractor-trailer.

    MEMA represents motor vehicle parts manufacturers, the nation’s largest manufacturing sector, directly employing over 685,000 across the country. Join us for this interactive event to learn more about the technology that is making vehicles safer and more fuel efficient.
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