The logo change is connected only with certain products: air cushions suspension for commercial vehicles. Since its founding in 1975, the company has been producing premium class air springs to suspensions for almost all vehicles.
Does "only" has its right position in the sentence?
Last edited by Raymott; 30-Mar-2016 at 08:37.
I intended to write "have". Honestly. Something happened to my mind in the last minute. Sorry.
Please tell me if these sentences make any meaning.
Can I say "for almost all vehicles"?
First I'd write this: The logo change is connected only with one type of product: air cushioned suspension for commercial vehicles.
"air springs for suspensions in almost all vehicles."
I might reconsider "almost all vehicles". 'Vehicle' can mean anything from a scooter to a train.
You could also write air-cushion suspension to make "air cushion" into an adjective.
I am not a teacher.