If the vehicle is raised or drops on only one side, the stabiliser comes into its own and transfers the movement from one side to the other. The static and dynamic forces acting on the one side are therefore distributed automatically over both sides, thereby suppressing the lateral inclination (tilt) and assisting in keeping the vehicle level - "like a board on the road - no more imbalance".
A rear axle stabilizer is at its most effective when the back of the stabilizer is behind the rear axle and the struts are secured as far back and to the sides of the body as possible.
This results in the following characteristics:
Greater safety at the same speed, because the lateral inclination (tilt) is considerably countered when cornering. (See Promobil test photographs below)
- "Sea sickness" is prevented and the body and load are protected.
- Side wind sensitivity is reduced considerably.
- The suction and pressure air turbulence during overtaking or when being overtaken as well as passing an oncoming truck or bus are hardly felt. The fearful seconds of rapidly correcting the steering are reduced to a minimum.
- Excellent mass distribution, especially when cornering, ensures low side stress on the tyres as well as protecting the sidewalls of the tyres.
- Lateral inclination (tilt) caused by asymmetric weight distribution is effectively countered.
- Less steering due to improved straight tracking.
- All of this therefore results in a uniform speed and a less stressful and exhausting journey.
- The annoying sinking when entering the motor home as well as the swinging when moving around in a parked vehicle are drastically reduced.