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This indicates the level of risk to vulnerable road users, such as people walking and cycling, near the vehicle.
Direct Vision Standard requirements in London are changing
To improve the safety of all road users, heavy goods vehicles over 12 tonnes will need to have a three-star rating or fit a Progressive Safe System to operate in Greater London, from 28 October 2024.
HGV operators must apply for a permit for their vehicles before travelling through the area. A permit will be granted if the vehicle meets the minimum DVS star rating.
If your vehicle is rated zero stars, you will need to make your vehicle safer by fitting it with Safe System improvements (until October 2024). From 28 October 2024, you will need to make your vehicle safer by fitting it with a Progressive Safe System.
To improve the safety of all road users, HGVs rated below three stars will need to install the Progressive Safe System, from October 2024.
VT Moving Off Information System, Pedestrian Detection System, is compliant with Direct Vision Standard PSS, FORS & UNECE-R159
VT TurnAware PDS is compliant with Direct Vision Standard PSS, FORS & UNECE-R151
Suitable for outdoor use, UV resistant, Anti-Scratch and overlaminate applied.
Audible vehicle alarm with high intensity flashing LED’s to warn undertaking cyclists when a vehicle is turning left.
However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the enforcement deadline for compliance was extended to March 2021.Request a Call Back
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