HGV Reverse Camera Installation
Reverse cameras are ideal for various vehicle types such as rigid, articulated, and cab trucks, as well as wagon and draw bar trailers, flatbeds, and other specialist vehicles. They significantly improve visibility, making life easier for drivers, reducing blind spots and increasing safety. 60% of all commercial vehicle accident claims involve reversing (HSE). Given that HGVs frequently navigate high streets and crowded sites with limited visibility. Our reversing cameras are a crucial safety enhancement for HGV fleet operators.
HGV Reversing Camera Kit Features
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We can offer a range of solutions that are customisable to suit your fleet’s requirements. They can be configured to work with your existing in vehicle monitors or supplied if your vehicle does not have one. Get in touch with us today to discuss your needs.
Truck Reverse Camera Benefits
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In most situations, it is prudent to install a reversing camera system along with reversing alarms and voice alerts. This combination provides several advantages; it not only aids the driver but also serves as a warning to pedestrians and other vulnerable road users. The installation of reversing cameras and warning systems leads to a significant reduction in accident rates.
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Already purchased a reversing camera system and only need installation. No problem. Our engineers can install your new system for you. Just get in touch with us today, let us know about your system and vehicles, and we’ll be glad to get your system up and running.
Investing in vehicle safety equipment is paramount to managing a vehicle fleet. Besides saving money due to reduced vehicle downtime and repairs, safety equipment saves lives!
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), nearly a quarter of all deaths involving workplace transport occur during reversing. Many other reversing accidents do not result in injury but cause costly damage to vehicles, equipment, and premises.
In some cases, if an adequate warning system such as a reversing camera and alarm is not in place, the driver and fleet operator may be found negligent in court, potentially leading to criminal prosecution in the event of an accident. If you need to talk to an expert about HGV Camera systems, get in touch with us using the form below