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Mercedes-Benz eEconic used for road safety in Stockholm

TMA Bolaget AB, a leading Swedish road safety enterprise, has recently added two fully electric eEconic special-purpose vehicles to its fleet. The Mercedes-Benz eEconic is based on the tried-and-true Econic and was specifically developed as an all-electric alternative for locally CO2-neutral use in urban environments.

Primarily used for waste management up until now, it will now be part of TMA operations in Sweden.


eEconic with superstructure for traffic safety, TSA Stockholm

The special-purpose vehicles are so-called TMA-vehicles, which are equipped with mobile impact absorbers—also known as TMA or truck-mounted attenuator—to secure construction sites of short duration, for example. The truck-mounted attenuator can protect all parties involved in the event of a collision.

The two eEconic were equipped by Vicky Teknik, which has many years of experience with TMA bodies. The vehicles are equipped with a separate battery system with approximately 20 hours of operating capacity per charge, and additional solar cells.


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