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Cost of temporary drivers to rise by up to 30% in April 2020

Posted on 22nd Oct, 2019 by Charlotte Coop

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Plenty of businesses make good use of temporary drivers, especially in the run up to and just around the Christmas period. However, this year looks to be the last time it’ll be quite that cost effective to do so, as …

Here’s what we know right now about the Direct Vision Standard

Posted on 11th Sep, 2019 by Charlotte Coop

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The Direct Vision Standard is a vital consideration for any haulage operators moving through London, and something most operates are already preparing for. Alongside the ULEZ, it’s one of the latest sweeping regulations being applied across the city, aimed at …

Checklist for HGV driver safety

Posted on 5th Aug, 2019 by Charlotte Coop

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HGV drivers are actually some of the most careful drivers you’ll find out on UK roads. To qualify as an HGV driver, candidates must undergo extensive additional training to help them accurately judge and handle the vehicle’s significant size and …

Don’t underestimate the dangers of heat on your workforce

Posted on 22nd Jul, 2019 by Charlotte Coop

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Rising temperatures can be dangerous with distracted driving and drowsiness being amongst the key hazards. While temperatures soar, it’s still important not to underestimate the effects of heat on your workforce.

Key challenges facing the haulage industry in 2019

Posted on 2nd Jul, 2019 by Charlotte Coop

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Advancements in vehicle safety technology and vehicle safety products in recent years have resulted in great strides forward for the haulage industry. However, modern fleet managers still face a number of significant challenges to their business, ranging from efficiency and …

We answer your questions about GDPR and vehicle camera recording

Posted on 11th Feb, 2019 by Dominic Benabda

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Vehicle cameras and similar technologies make up a large proportion of our business here at Vision Techniques, and in the last six months or so our experts have noticed increasing numbers of questions from our customers on the subject of …

Are you driving on one of Britain’s most dangerous roads?

Posted on 2nd Oct, 2018 by Dominic Benabda

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It’s an unenviable title that – of course – has been awarded to various stretches of roads over the years. It’s always been the subject of numerous studies from various organisations concerned with vehicle safety, and throughout all of the …

4 year-old child shows appreciation for careful HGV driver

Posted on 20th Jun, 2018 by Dominic Benabda

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The relationship between HGV drivers and cyclists is famously fraught, so it’s fair to say that it’s relatively rare to find a positive news story about any interactions. Happily, a recent story involving four year-old Rhonda Jones has broken with …

How Our Vehicle Safety Products Help Emergency Services

Posted on 27th Mar, 2018 by Jack Stocker

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The emergency services are amongst a wide range of industries that we serve here at Vision Techniques, and we’re happy to say that many of our products are universally useful in a variety of emergency situations. For the purposes of …

New Study Names The UK’s Top Crash-For-Cash Spots

Posted on 13th Oct, 2017 by Ben Earnshaw

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We’ve talked about crash for cash schemes a few times before, but just in case you’re not familiar with the term, we’ll bring you up to speed quickly. Sometimes known as an induced accident, crash for cash schemes involve scammers …