Posted on 11th Apr, 2016 by Jonathan Peach
Did you know that nearly 25% of all deaths involving vehicles at work occur as a result of a reversing? What’s more, in scenarios where other individuals aren’t involved, serious damage can occur to the vehicle and property that’s been reversed into – causing yet another headache for fleets and businesses.
Posted on 29th Jan, 2015 by Jonathan Peach
Accidents happen on the best of Britain’s roads, so imagine the increased dangers drivers and employees face on quarrying and mining sites. Faced with poor road surfaces, potential dirt and dust in the atmosphere and blind spots all around means drivers need to be take extra precautions when moving around these work sites. How? Let’s find out!
Posted on 7th Mar, 2014 by Jonathan Peach
With drivers in the capital spending 82 hours and counting stuck in traffic jams last year – 10 hours more than in 2012 – it’s little surprise that unsafe manoeuvres are something that we all need to be vigilant about.
Posted on 12th Aug, 2013 by Jonathan Peach
We will soon be launching a brand new, cutting-edge reversing system, which is set to change the face of vehicle safety.
Posted on 18th Jul, 2013 by Jonathan Peach
There has been a surge in popularity for our state-of-the-art birds eye view camera system.
Posted on 24th Jun, 2013 by Jonathan Peach
Posted on 21st May, 2013 by Jonathan Peach
Reversing cameras are the fastest growing driver assistance technology, according to multinational car manufacturer, Ford.
Analysis of sales data from 2012 showed that customers in Europe bought 55,000 cars quipped with reversing cameras, more than 11,000 of which were in the UK. This represents a whopping 45% increase, making it the third best selling driver aid.
Posted on 24th Apr, 2013 by Jonathan Peach
Commenting on 360° camera technology, HSE Chair Mrs Hackitt said: “If these camera systems were fitted on all waste collection vehicles it would reduce the number of serious and sometimes fatal accidents involving employees and members of the public? It’s got to be worthy of consideration.”
Posted on 3rd Apr, 2013 by Michael Cain
They are seen as dangerous machines that dominate the road and cause collisions even though they have half as many accidents per miles travelled as cars.
But their shear weight and size means that accidents are even more brutal when an HGV is involved.
Posted on 20th Mar, 2013 by Jonathan Peach