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Safety system is specified

Amey RCVs

Cyclear caution worker boards and reversing radar from vehicle safety technology company Innovative Safety Systems (ISS) are being installed on waste and recycling vehicles belonging to public service provider Amey.

Amey already has 12 refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) operating in Dartford, Kent, that are fully equipped with ISS safety equipment (pictured above), and the company is specifying more for its proposed order of 70 RCVs for work in locations nationwide.

The Cyclear warning system can be fitted to a wide range of HGVs to alert cyclists and other vulnerable road users when a vehicle is planning to turn left, a manoeuvre that is a major cause of cycling injuries across the UK.

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