Direct Vision Standard

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Rental helps HGV operators ensure Direct Vi...

Feb 22, 2021No Comments

Businesses operating heavy goods vehicles that are not yet compliant with the Direct Vision Standard (DVS), which comes into force from 1 March 2021, should

Direct Vision Standard

Over 100,000 HGVs with no Direct Vision Sta...

Jan 02, 2021Comments off

There remain more than 100,000 HGVs on London’s roads, whose operators have not yet applied for a Direct Vision Standard (DVS) permit, data from Transport

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Transport for London slammed for ignoring r...

Sep 11, 2020Comments off

The looming Direct Vision Standard (DVS) for commercial vehicles in London ‘bizarrely’ ignores the proven effectiveness of safety tech like reversing alarms, claims a leading

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Direct Vision specification updated to prev...

Jan 22, 2020Comments off

Transport for London (TfL) has revised the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) to ease the fitting of sensors to articulated lorries. The update is designed to

New scheme to ‘revolutionise’ lorry saf...

Nov 04, 2019Comments off

A new standard to protect vulnerable road users from the ‘most dangerous’ heavy goods vehicles by minimising blind spots has officially launched in London. Under

Road safety better achieved through vehicle...

Apr 29, 2019Comments off

Implementation of the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) is not the right way to work towards the Mayor of London’s vision of zero vehicular harm by

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