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Monthly Archives: November 2019

Get A FREE TurnPack Kit!

Posted on 27th Jun, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

FREE_GIFTWe’re giving away FREE TurnPack kits* to the first twenty of our customers for simply leaving a review of our company on our Google+ page!

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22 mile orbital tunnel could transform London’s Streets…

Posted on 24th Jun, 2014 by Jonathan Peach

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has outlined ambitious plans for a 22 mile orbital tunnel that would encircle the capital and significantly reduce the number of vehicles clogging up the roads above.

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Good news for cyclists as collisions in the capital fall

Posted on 19th Jun, 2014 by Jonathan Peach

Transport For London
In some very welcome news, the latest data by Transport for London (TfL) reveals that the number of serious injuries suffered by cyclists on the capital’s roads has fallen by 28% in the last year.
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Cyclist injuries on the decline – keep it this way with TurnSafe

Posted on 11th Jun, 2014 by Jonathan Peach

TurnsafeHow often do you see a cyclist on your daily travels around the city centre? We’d guess that it’s quite often! When maneuvering a lorry or HGV, especially when making turns, it’s remarkably easy to miss a cyclist or pedestrian – and for their awareness to drop too – resulting in serious accidents on the road.

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VT Ident preview at PAWRS 2014!

Posted on 10th Jun, 2014 by Dominic Benabda

PAWRS 2014 has begun and we’re excited about another year at the Paignton show.

This year we’re proud to reveal our new radio frequency control system, VT Ident at this years event!

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Could Birmingham become a Cycle Street Zone?

Posted on 4th Jun, 2014 by Jonathan Peach

Cycle Street ZoneIn a radical new plan launched by the Government, Birmingham’s roads could soon be receiving a major overhaul designed to make cycling in the city much safer. But while the Government focuses on making roads safer, we’re encouraging fleet owners to look closer to home…

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