The electrohydraulic steering system is a stand-alone power-on-demand system for steering the pusher or trailing axles of heavy commercial vehicles with three or more axles. It is the result of an innovative combination of a hydraulic cylinder unit and an electronic power unit. This rear axle steering makes it possible to steer pusher and trailing axles on vehicles with three or more axles.


The electrohydraulic steering system only uses energy when steering is actually occurring.

CO2 reduction

compared to conventional electrohydraulic rear axle steering systems

21 W

are required, on average, for operation of the rear axle steering system.