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The SEE II Air Foil

Combining Physical Air Flow With Advanced Technology

The SEE II Air Foil is a surface mounted unit installed at the top rear of a school bus, freight truck, delivery truck or stock trailer. It consists of an outer and inner foil. The design function is to collect oncoming air, change the direction and increase the speed while shooting it down vertically against the rear of the vehicle. This keeps debris of the air and weather from collecting or adhering to the rear end.

The most common complaint from the drivers of the above noted vehicles is that poor visibility is a safety problem. Motorists can also experience confusion while approaching the rear of of a school bus, freight & delivery truck, and/or stock trailer due to the snow or dirt pack coating the tail lights. The SEE II Air Foil is very effective in preventing this hazardous situation. It is certain that many rear end collisions will be avoided with the use of the SEE II Air Foil. Please further read through our website to learn more about the SEE II Air Foil. Thank you!

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Improved safety

Most accidents involve rear end collisions due to poor visibility because of accumulated dirt and/or snow pack. The See II Air Foil provides cleaner, clearer windows and lights, reflective surfaces and I.D. lettering which allows both driver and other motorists to see danger sooner and react to avoid it more quickly.

less maintenance

The SEE II Air Foil saves many hours per year in accumulated cleaning times which is especially problematic when temperatures are below freezing.

greater visibility

The SEE II Air Foil is effective in keeping the rear windows and lights clearer longer. You can travel thousands of miles instead of hundreds between cleanings.

better mileage

The SEE II Air Foil disrupts the vacuum draft created on the rear end as the bus parts the air. This results in improved fuel economy.