General Motors announced on March 18 that it will begin installing vehicle stability enhancement systems in GMC Savana and Chevrolet Express 3500 135-inch regular wheelbase 12-passenger vans in the 2005-model year production cycle.

Last October, GM added StabiliTrak as standard equipment on its Savana and Express 15-passenger 3500 155-inch extended wheelbase vans.

Vehicle stability enhancement systems (VSES) help drivers maintain control of vehicles during certain difficult driving conditions. GM began installing VSES in passenger cars in 1997, and now has more than 2 million vehicles on the road equipped with some sort of vehicle stability enhancement system.

Originally posted on Fleet Financials

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