The recovery vehicle sector is hugely diverse with a host of challenges for operators, owners and drivers. Design of modern recovery vehicles has led to significant performance improvements, but the nature and size mean that driver visibility is usually impaired.
Blind spots are a contributory factor in many incidents involving recovery vehicles with their shape, size and elevated driver positions all limiting the field of vision.
Being able to prevent incidents on sites and on public roads is paramount, with the added benefit of making the driving experience easier and more relaxed.
Additionally, systems are designed to meet or surpass site access compliancy (i.e. DVS/FORS).
Which Products Are Right For Me?
Trailer Vision offer a range of safety solutions that are suitable for all agricultural vehicles and machinery, whether self-propelled or towed.
When choosing a system, it is important to look at how each can benefit you. To help, we have put together a series of visual guides featuring the products we recommend for the most common applications.
Problems With Recovery Vehicles
Incidents and accidents involving recovery vehicles can include:
Why Choose Trailer Vision to Help?
Trailer Vision can help improve not just your vehicle's safety, but the safety of others around you. Benefits include:
VRU/cyclist collisions due to blind spots
Damage to vehicles when manoeuvring
Collisions with other vehicles when changing lane
Manoeuvring through enclosed sites/areas can be difficult and dangerous
Compliance (meet or surpass industry standards)
OEM specifications (high quality/low failure rate/long service life)
Exceptional customer service
National installation service
Safety Solutions for Recovery Vehicles
Camera Monitor Systems can be utilised with up to 4 cameras and can be vital for driving safely.
Reversing and Warning Alarms alert passers by of driver's intentions, allowing adequate time for them to respond.
Ultrasonic Obstacle Detection Systems inform drivers of the distance between their vehicle and any obstacles, whether they are moving or stationary.
Optical Smart Detection works by utilising a smart camera to detect moving hazards around vehicles, greatly reducing the chances of a fatal collision.
Omni-Vue™ 360º Digital HD
The UK's first 360º surround view Digital HD system, providing the following benefits:
Superior resolution compared to non-digital HD systems
Meet H&S requirements
A 7" Digital HD Monitor as standard
No blind spots thanks to a 360º look-down view (full screen or split screen)
Operating within Greater London
Elimination of all blind-spots
Full view of around vehicle
Relaxed driving experience
Improved situational awareness
"An easy and intuitive system to use and much better image clarity then we have been previously used to..."