Posted on 11th Jan, 2018 by Dominic Benabda
Today we’re officially introducing a catalogue of E-learning video guides for our vehicle DVR ‘VT Record’.
Posted on 12th Dec, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
HGVs and cyclists have a difficult relationship at the best of times. One is fast, large and potentially deadly, while the other is small, slow and intensely vulnerable – not to mention often being difficult to see. Winter brings these frequent truths into even harsher reality, as shorter and darker days make it even more difficult for HGV drivers to see and account for cyclists. This week on the blog here at Vision Techniques, we have a few suggestions on how to make things easier – and how our cyclist safety products can help.
Posted on 11th Dec, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
Leading services group Kier Environmental have chosen VT Ident to protect their vehicles from vehicle theft with all new municipal vehicle purchases and across their Bridgend fleet.
Posted on 6th Dec, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
Safety is our top priority here at Vision Techniques, and we know it is for you too. Seasonal sales spikes means that many fleet operators are looking at taking on extra drivers for the festive season, and to that end the Licence Bureau has released a compliance checklist to help companies ascertain that their temporary drivers are up to scratch in terms of the confidence, competence and overall safety of their driving.
Posted on 29th Nov, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
After recent events, vehicle safety is an issue that has been highlighted more than ever to fleet manager of all kinds of vehicles. Kier Environmental are now acting on preventing these kind of threats using the vehicle security system VT IDent.
Posted on 22nd Nov, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
Construction equipment giant Mecalac is offering award-winning, ‘collision preventing’ hazard detection for customers purchasing site dumpers, using a safety system developed by vehicle safety experts Vision Techniques.
Posted on 7th Nov, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
The sheer size and weight of HGVs means that they are susceptible to certain risks not shared by all other road users. One of these is jack-knifing, an exceptionally dangerous phenomenon that’s one of the deadliest type of accidents that drivers can face. Thankfully, Vision Techniques’ StopSafe technology can help HGV drivers avoid jack-knifing. Below, we explain more about how, but first we’ll explain a little more about jack-knifing itself.
Posted on 2nd Nov, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
Vehicle safety company Vision Techniques have broken all the records by being the first company to win the Best Innovation in Vehicle, Plant and Equipment Award for three years in a row at the CIWM Awards.
Posted on 1st Nov, 2017 by Dominic Benabda
Award-winning safety experts Vision Techniques are proud to announce the appointment of three new Sales Managers and five new engineers after a record-breaking year of continued growth and a thriving customer base.
Posted on 20th Oct, 2017 by Jonathan Peach
Safe driving is absolutely paramount to running any fleet, but all the more so for HGV drivers, given the destructive potential of their vehicles. Harsh braking and sudden acceleration are both viewed as amongst the most dangerous driving behaviours, and can pose a massive risk to other road users. Not that, but they also pose a challenge for fleet operators in general. This week on the blog here at Vision Techniques we’re looking at exactly why it’s such a danger, and how our StopSafe product negates these risks in an emergency.