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May '19

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32 • RV PRO • May 2019 rv-pro.com O R I G I N A L E Q U I P M E N T Henke says one bit of technology that FCCC carried over to DriveTech from its 2018 driver console was a push-to-start button designed to make startup easy, and an advanced key fob that includes two buttons for OEM-programmable actions beyond the standard lock and unlock functions. Initial feedback from dealers on Drive- Tech has been overwhelming positive, Sippel says, adding that OEMs are sure to appreciate DriveTech for the fact that all of the system's features are on the column, which should make for even easier installs. To promote the new DriveTech technology, FCCC created a high-end demo driver's console that it brought to RVX. Henke says Above: DriveTech features an all-new ergonomic steering wheel and column- mounted controls designed to put everything in one centralized, easy-to-reach location, creating a more automotive-like feel. At right: Henke and Sippel stand next to signage at the RVX trade show that highlights elements of Daimler/ FCCC technology that has been incorporated into DriveTech.

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