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    vehicle parc coverage

    Today, whether its a Bendix, Brembo, Haldex, Knorr, Meritor or Wabco braking system, DON offers a full range providing a maximum vehicle parc coverage all ECE R90 approved.

    Please explain me this part of the sentence: a maximum vehicle parc coverage all ECE R90 approved.
    What is a vehicle parc coverage? And what is ECE R90?

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    Re: vehicle parc coverage

    Could 'parc' be a typo for 'part'?

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    Re: vehicle parc coverage

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECE_Regulation_90

    A quick Google search reveals that ECE R90 is a European regulation for brake pads.

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    Re: vehicle parc coverage

    I think it should be 'parc', but I do not understand the meaning.
    http://www.autoindustryinsider.com/?p=4495

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    Re: vehicle parc coverage

    http://www.autoindustryinsider.com/?p=4500

    Ever heard the term ‘car parc’? All it means is the total number of vehicle in the country or region. - See more at: http://www.autoindustryinsider.com/?....fxM5TwCk.dpuf
    The idea here is that if you're looking for brake pads, this manufacturer has something for every car that you will encounter in the market.

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