One minute – Visibility

In traffic limited visibility compromises safety, both for drivers and other road users. This is why Volvo Trucks designs its cabs to minimise distractions and offer maximum visibility. Features includes extra large windows, slim designs for rear-view mirrors, and Night Mode for improving visibility when driving at night.

Learn more about the importance of visibility in traffic, in this episode of ‘One Minute’ – the mini series that covers interesting topics for all truck enthusiasts, and all within one minute.

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