Hanging from the sides of the trailer, these impact-resistant panels made from fiberglass-reinforced polymer control air flow and will bend over objects and snap back to form.
These flexible fasteners hold the skirt panels in place.
The rear-facing spoiler, two slim pieces that attach to the doors, increases pressure on the back of the trailer to reduce the recirculation zone behind the trailer, as indicated by this comparison.
Aerodynamic Mud Flaps
The louvers direct road spray and debris downward, as opposed to kicking through the openings. This doubles as a safety feature, as it also improves visibility for other motorists driving by on a wet road.
Trailer End Fairings
Located on the sides and top flush with the end of the trailer, the three fairings combine with the skirt to direct airflow around the trailer to reduce drag.