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Overdrive February 2019

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February 2019 | Overdrive | 45 Bose Ride System Bose Corp.'s Bose Ride System replaces a conventional air-ride seat with a suspen- sion base and an integrated custom-designed seat top to help protect against road-induced shocks and vibration and to reduce exposure to whole-body vibration. The system is designed to remove most highway disturbances by counteracting the forces from the road by using proprietary technologies and components. The system draws less average power than a 50-watt light bulb. bose.com/boseride Bostrom Wide Ride Core Commercial Vehicle Group's Wide Ride Core premium seat, part of the Bostrom Seating line, builds on its Wide Ride II platform that features a wider seat design. Added features and options include a 23-inch-wide seat cushion, an extended cushion, front and rear cushion tilt and an optional "smart" seat memory switch designed to enable driv- ers to exit the vehicle quickly by deflating the seat and then inflate it upon returning. cvgrp.com Seats SPOTLIGHT Minimizer Long Haul Series Minimizer's Long Haul Series of Heavy Duty Truck Seats, produced in collaboration with Isringhausen, offers six seats equipped with 14 stan- dard features such as upper and lower lumbar support, a 135-degree swivel base, a physical shock absorber and air height adjustment with memory. Adjustments built into the seat facilitate comfort for a variety of body types. Options include a heated backrest and seat cushion, a cooled backrest and seat cushion and a massager to promote blood flow. minimizer.com Commercial Vehicle Group's Wide Ride Core premium seat, part of the Bostrom Seating line, builds on its Wide Ride II seat memory switch designed to enable driv- ers to exit the vehicle quickly by deflating the seat and then inflate it upon returning. Seats Seats Inc. Legacy Series Heated Seats Inc.'s Legacy Series Heated is designed for improved comfort in cooler tempera- tures. A 12-volt heater, standard in the back and seat cushions, provides dual tempera- ture heat controls ranging from 101 to 110 degrees. seatsinc.com BY DEAN SMALLWOOD

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