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The true size of HGV blind spots

Posted on 27th Feb, 2019 by Dominic Benabda

rear of hgv

It’s fair to say that other road users can underestimate just how difficult driving can be for HGV drivers. One of our recent posts discussed Direct Vision, (link) and why it’s so important. This blog follows neatly on from that, as we discuss the blind spots associated with driving these types of vehicles and why so many drivers and fleet operators find our products so useful.

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A brief evolution of road safety technology

Posted on 28th Jan, 2019 by Dominic Benabda

We’re at the start of a brand new year, ready to see what the next twelve months brings in new innovations and developments in the road safety and commercial vehicle technologies. As we prepare ourselves, we thought it was worth taking a quick look back through the decades at the milestones that have led us up to this point, and the world’s most influential safety inventions over the years.

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How to better protect your fleet in wet weather this winter

Posted on 20th Dec, 2018 by Dominic Benabda

lorry in rain and high winds

Though we’re apparently unlikely to have a white Christmas this year, the winter weather can still create plenty of concern for HGV drivers and fleet managers, especially those in the municipal industry. HGVs are amongst the largest and heaviest vehicles on the road, which means the slippery conditions can quickly create problems, both for other road users and the drivers themselves. Thankfully, we’ve got several options amongst our range of vehicle safety products that have a proven track record of making life easier for drivers and fleet managers, offering increased physical safety and legal protection.

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The Ealing Runaway that could have been stopped

Posted on 30th Jun, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

On June 1st, a lorry had a mind of its own as it rolled into the front of a pub in Ealing without a driver at the wheel. The incident threatened peoples safety and damaged the pub’s propiety, and it called could have been prevented with BrakeSafe.

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Safety Day South: All You Need To Know

Posted on 16th May, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

Following on from the successful Safety Roadshow 2016, Vision Techniques will be doing more Safety Days in 2017. The first one of 2017 is taking place at the Thruxton Motorsport Centre on 15th June.

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Vision Techniques are bringing their Safety Roadshow to the South

Posted on 31st Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

After the success of the Safety Days in 2016, which took place across the UK, Vision Techniques are proud to announce that they will be coming Thruxton Racecourse on 15th June.

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Vision Techniques had another Successful CLOCS Show

Posted on 16th Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

Once again Vision Techniques attended the CLOCS show at the Excel, London. The event took place on the 14th March 2017, with cyclist safety systems and the new rollaway prevention system BrakeSafe being highlighted.

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New live and fully integrated vehicle and driver compliance service launched

Posted on 16th Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

Three leading vehicle and driver compliance specialists have come together to launch a revolutionary new joint initiative that gives real-time visibility of all compliance issues on a single dashboard.

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BrakeSafe highlighted at Labyrinth Safety Circle

Posted on 10th Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

Vision Techniques had a very successful day at the Labyrinth Safety Circle event showcasing their rollaway prevention system BrakeSafe.

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Differences Between VT Stopsafe And Brakesafe

Posted on 9th Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

safety at a glance differences between vt stopsafe and brakesafe

At Vision Techniques, we pride ourselves on offering a wide range of safety solutions to help protect the physical wellbeing of road users and pedestrians alike. VT Stopsafe and VT Brakesafe are just two of these solutions. Although they both dramatically improve road safety, they each do it in quite separate and distinct ways.

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