DVS Confusion Sees Clearer Guidance Issued

Hauliers confused by Transport for London’s (TfLs) new, stricter Direct Vision Standard, due to launch in October, can now turn to an explainer produced by Loughborough University on behalf of TfL, writes Carol Millett.

The explainer has been put together in collaboration with RHA after the association warned TfL the new standard did not make clear what equipment hauliers need to fit to be compliant.

Under the new DVS requirements hauliers operating trucks of more than 12-tonne gross weight must comply with new Progressive Safe System (PSS) criteria in the capital from 28 October.

The new document aims to help operators upgrading their trucks to meet the new DVS requirements by providing a clearer explanation of what they need to fit in terms of the DVS-compliant Blind Spot Information System (BSIS) and the Moving Off Information System (MOIS).

Click here to find the guidance: Explainer for operators: What should your TfL DVS compliant Blind Spot Information System and Moving Off Information System do, and what should it not do?

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