The bicycle caught under the wheels of the construction ‘tipper’ lorry as the cyclist and the driver both turned left in rush hour traffic.
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.”
Career services are seemingly everywhere giving you bucket loads of advice which can often be overwhelming to inexperienced job seekers. But have you ever considered a career as an HGV driver? Well, here are some reasons why you should…
We all love the idea of jumping into our car and driving to destination without much thought about what keeps the vehicle running. However, there are simple car checks that every motorist should undertake every week to ensure their vehicle remains on the road and reduces the cost of lengthy car service at the garage.
The Commercial Vehicle Show 2013 is only a few weeks away so don’t forget to come and see us at the NEC, Birmingham, on 9-11 April.
Well, there’s a cost effective mobile DVR which will take care of this little problem for you, as well as solving many other driving headaches.
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.
This is a disaster for owners of large fleets of vehicles, costing their businesses vast amounts each year in erroneous claims.
We recently saw a very interesting article in The Independent suggesting that, some time in the near future, we could be living in a world of self stopping, speed-limited or even driverless vehicles.