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TFL-Direct-Vision-StandardAs part of the Mayor of London’s 'Vision Zero' plan to reduce the number of road accidents involving heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), Transport for London (TfL) have released interim ratings and guidelines for the upcoming Direct Vision Standard (DVS) scheme that will affect all HGV fleets from 2020.

For those not up-to-date with the latest proposals, the DVS will give all HGVs across the capital a star rating from zero (lowest) to five (highest) based on how clearly the driver can see around the vehicle through the windows of the cab.

 

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Plug in Hybrid Vehicle Technology at the CV Show

If you operate a commercial fleet running trucks, vans or cars, it is important to understand how new government proposals for reducing emissions and increasing road safety will affect your business.

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling against the government over its failure to tackle pollution, there has been significant drive to improve the quality of air across our cities and towns.

 

The Emissions Debate:

Levels of nitrogen dioxide have been above legal limits across almost 90% of urban areas in the UK since 2010 and the fumes are estimated to cause between 23,000-40,000 early deaths each year.

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Electric Van by Nissan

By the end of 2016, figures released by the Department of Transport revealed that van / LCV traffic had continued to rise, increasing by 3.4% to a new peak of 48.5 billion vehicle miles.

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The Benefits of Vehicle CCTV for HGV FleetsAs any transport manager is aware, running a large commercial fleet can be stressful and expensive. Whether you operate a small number of city cars, medium sized vans and LCVs or a super-fleet of 44 tonne HGVs, the associated running costs (including maintenance and repairs in conjunction with fuel prices, insurance premiums and overheads) can add up to a hefty annual bill.

 

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ELECTRIC TRUCKSThe automotive industry is undergoing a renaissance that has not been witnessed since Karl Benz patented the first internal combustion engine in the late 19th century.

Powerful new technologies utilised in self-driving cars, instant taxi apps and zero-emission electric vehicles are converging to create a futuristic landscape of cleaner, quieter and more efficient transportation.

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TFL's Direct Vision Standard for HGVs

TFL-Direct-Vision-StandardAs part of the Mayor of London’s 'Vision Zero' plan to reduce the number of road accidents involving heavy goods vehicles (HGVs), Transport for London (TfL) have released interim ratings and guidelines for the upcoming Direct Vision Standard (DVS) scheme that will affect all HGV fleets from 2020.

For those not up-to-date with the latest proposals, the DVS will give all HGVs across the capital a star rating from zero (lowest) to five (highest) based on how clearly the driver can see around the vehicle through the windows of the cab.

 

New Government Policy and Vehicle Technology to Impact Commercial Fleet Owners

Plug in Hybrid Vehicle Technology at the CV Show

If you operate a commercial fleet running trucks, vans or cars, it is important to understand how new government proposals for reducing emissions and increasing road safety will affect your business.

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling against the government over its failure to tackle pollution, there has been significant drive to improve the quality of air across our cities and towns.

 

The Emissions Debate:

Levels of nitrogen dioxide have been above legal limits across almost 90% of urban areas in the UK since 2010 and the fumes are estimated to cause between 23,000-40,000 early deaths each year.

How Technology and Compliance are Changing the LCV / Van Market

Electric Van by Nissan

By the end of 2016, figures released by the Department of Transport revealed that van / LCV traffic had continued to rise, increasing by 3.4% to a new peak of 48.5 billion vehicle miles.

Why Should Commercial Fleets Invest in Vehicle CCTV?

The Benefits of Vehicle CCTV for HGV FleetsAs any transport manager is aware, running a large commercial fleet can be stressful and expensive. Whether you operate a small number of city cars, medium sized vans and LCVs or a super-fleet of 44 tonne HGVs, the associated running costs (including maintenance and repairs in conjunction with fuel prices, insurance premiums and overheads) can add up to a hefty annual bill.

 

The Future is Electric

ELECTRIC TRUCKSThe automotive industry is undergoing a renaissance that has not been witnessed since Karl Benz patented the first internal combustion engine in the late 19th century.

Powerful new technologies utilised in self-driving cars, instant taxi apps and zero-emission electric vehicles are converging to create a futuristic landscape of cleaner, quieter and more efficient transportation.

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