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Prevent incidents like this from happening with BrakeSafe

Posted on 29th Jun, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

Forgetting the simplest of things can cause the biggest of problems. If a driver forgets to apply the handbrake when leaving the vehicle, events like this can be the result. This incident could have been prevented with BrakeSafe

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Should Dashboard Cameras Be Compulsory For All Road Users?

Posted on 23rd Jun, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

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Dashcams are fast becoming a staple of British roads, and are finding increasingly widespread use amongst both the private and corporate communities – including the commercial HGV and logistics industries, as operators of fleet vehicles are finding it especially helpful. With the dashcams industry showing no signs of slowing down, a question is arising in the motor industry: should dashcams be made compulsory for all new vehicles?

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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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Live demonstrations at the CV Show 2017

Posted on 4th Apr, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

Vision Techniques will be attending the CV Show again this year and for the first time ever will have a vehicle on stand demonstrating all of their systems. They will be on stand 4H76 with BrakeSafe, TurnAware, and VT Record being highlighted this year.

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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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Key Lessons We’ve Learned From HGV Accidents

Posted on 24th Mar, 2017 by Dominic Benabda

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Laws and regulations on HGVs are changing all the time. There are a number of reasons for this – foremost amongst them is a need to consistently reflect high standards of safety, not just for HGV drivers but also the road users around them. Sometimes these changes have been implemented over a period, whereas others have been introduced in direct response to disasters on our roads. This week, we’re taking a moment to look at some of the lessons we’ve learned from HGV accidents.

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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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How To Keep Cyclists Safe: Avoiding HGV Collisions

Posted on 30th Jan, 2017 by Jonathan Peach

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Cyclist safety is a massive national concern, especially for those in urban environments, and is a big issue for us at Vision Techniques. Between 2000 and 2012, the number of cyclists killed or seriously injured on our roads went up by 59%, which is an unnerving figure to say the least, and current London mayor Sadiq Khan made it a focal point of his campaign. HGVs were involved in the vast majority of these accidents, despite making up a tiny proportion of normal road traffic.

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