We surveyed over 250 HGV Fleet Managers in the UK and Ireland, to find out how vehicle walkaround checks are carried out. The results are surprising.
According to a new survey by vehicle and fleet safety specialists CameraMatics, the majority of HGV drivers do not consistently carry out checks
A staggering 85% of lorry defects can be spotted during the driver’s daily walkaround checks.
Few people realise that just one device positioned in the wrong place can land them in hot water, and this is especially true for commercial drivers
In our recent blog titled Nuclear Verdicts in trucking are rising, we discussed the exponential increase and its impact on the US trucking industry.
In the second in our series about Safety in US Trucking, we look at why such an initiative is necessary and how truck operators can improve safety.
In the first in our series of three blogs focused on the US trucking sector, we look at what nuclear verdicts are and why carriers should be concerned.
We consulted over 600 Small business owners and managers in the USA and UK/Ireland to find out their main vehicle-related business challenges.
Both in the UK/Ireland and USA, businesspeople overwhelmingly told Cameramatics rising insurance costs came top of their list of vehicle challenges.
Truckers will also be pivotal as the country returns to some kind of new ‘normal’.
According to our recent survey of over 700 HGV Fleet Managers, many fleets are not yet ready for the forthcoming Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and HGV Permit Scheme.
Vehicle and fleet technology specialists CameraMatics conducted an anonymous, independent survey on the level of readiness for the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) and HGV Permit Scheme.