Ride quality of articulated vehicles is investigated via computer simulation in view of secondary suspension parameters. A tractor-semitrailer vehicle is modelled incorporating primary as well as secondary suspension. The ride vibration levels at the cab floor and at the driver-seat interface are evaluated using power spectral density approach. The effect of various vehicle parameters, such as secondary suspensions, primary suspensions, axle loads and tires on the vehicle ride quality is presented, and the significance of secondary vehicle suspension is specifically emphasized. A software package is developed to evaluate and assess the ride performance of articulated vehicles with suspended seat and cab. A limited validation of the computer ride model is achieved via field measurements.