Direct Vision Standard and Safety Permit for HGVs


The Direct Vision Standard (DVS) for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) assesses and rates how much a driver can see directly from their HGV cab in relation to other road users. The DVS forms part of a proposed Safety Permit for all HGVs over 12 tonnes entering London. Direct Vision...

 

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ACSS Exhibit at the RWM Show 2019 – NEC Birmingham


RWM will transform Birmingham’s NEC into the focal point of the global resource management industry when the show returns on 11 & 12 September, 2019. As the leading recycling and waste management event in the UK, RWM is a platform for the industry’s most influential names and organisations to...

 

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Stay compliant with ULEZ


The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) came into effect in central London on 8 April 2019. Within the first month of its operation, the average compliance rate of vehicles entering the zone was around 71 per cent during Congestion Charge hours. New figures released by Transport for London (TfL)...

 

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Eyesight and Samsung team up for Driver Monitoring System


Distractions for drivers are at an all-time high, a study by Atlas Insurance stated that two-thirds of accidents were caused by distracted driving. With the high technology and optional extras, we are able to access on new vehicles today such as lane assist, blind spot monitoring and automatic braking...

 

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