direct vision standard

The Direct Vision Standard (DVS) for commercial vehicles over 12 tonnes was introduced in March to further improve road safety in London. Now operating 24/7 across the capital, the standard measures the driver’s direct field of vision from their cab,

09 April 2020 #TNB News

Enforcement of new rules surrounding London’s Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) and Direct Vision Standard (DVS) will be delayed for at least four months after their introduction this October. The decision was taken by Transport for London at the request of

29 January 2020 #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Truck

More than 8,000 HGV Safety Permits have been issued as part of the Direct Vision Standard so far, according to Transport for London (TfL). However, despite the encouraging start, TfL estimates that around 250,000 HGVs that enter London each year

06 November 2019 #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Truck

Operators can now apply for HGV Safety Permits a year ahead of the compulsory enforcement of London’s new Direct Vision Standard on 26 October 2020. Direct Vision Standard will target vehicle blind spots, with vehicles being awarded a star rating

11 September 2019 #CV Sector #News #TNB News #Tractor #Truck

Future compliance with Direct Vision Standards and Clean Air Zones were among the factors that led Cheshire-based D Morgan plc to choose Volvo for the 32 latest additions to its fleet. The company’s purchase of 31 FMX 8×4 rigids and

01 May 2019 #CV Show #TNB News #Truck

Research conducted on behalf of Transport for London has found that the public supports the introduction of its Direct Vision Standard, designed to improve the safety of HGVs. The study found a majority of respondents in favour of the final

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