Statistics show that fewer than 10% of road traffic accident (RTA) fatalities now involve an HGV and just 2% of RTAs of all severities involve an HGV. The United Kingdom is widely recognised as having amongst the safest roads in the world, with fewer than 3 road deaths per 100,000 people.
Cameras can change the picture dramatically – pardon the pun. They enable fleets to more readily manage risk, encourage and enforce safe behaviours and drive down fuel costs through more measured driving.
The Microlise Transport Conference welcomed more than 1,200 delegates in 2018, with expert speakers covering alternative fuel vehicles, platooning, preventing terrorism and the future of the transport industry.
In this whitepaper, we explore how and why perceptions and realities differ between the two types of fleet operator – and more importantly – how van fleets can adopt new technology to earn more revenue per vehicle and do more with less.
Amid a backdrop of uncertainty, technological advances have continued at pace, but will 2018 be a year of opportunity for the transport industry? We asked each respondent…Read Report
This whitepaper explores the risk factors and the technologies that can be deployed today to help fleets to take control, reduce risks and with them, costs.
Once again Europe’s largest road transport conference gives us a unique snapshot of the UK’s vital haulage industry.
If you haven’t heard of the general Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), then you need to get up to speed fast.
Fortunately, the total number of reported accidents on our road has been decreasing over the last 10-15 years.
Love it or loath it, it’s time to face the music. The apprenticeship levy will be introduced on 6th April and will require all employers operating in the UK, with a pay bill over £3 million each year, to invest in apprenticeships.
Download this report to gain access to analysis and insights from the Microlise Transport Conference, including assessment of all the data collected from delegates from questions put to them by speakers.