4 Reasons Delivery Drivers Choose Ultrasonic Sonar

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By Adam Maxfield Every day, delivery trucks travel on our public streets near schools, parks, and high traffic areas.  Many deliveries are only completed at night time when pedestrian traffic is greatly reduced.  The problem with night-time deliveries is reduced visibility, especially while reversing into parking lots and dark alleys.  Ultrasonic sonar is the best single option for safer delivery … Read More

HS-400N: Audio Back-up Alert System for Longer Trucks and Buses.

HS-400N is a back-up audio alert system with dual sensors and a 45-foot cable. This makes it suitable for vehicles in Classes 7 through 12. You can learn more about this system and its features here: https://store.tpcvehiclesafety.com/products/hs-400n-backup-sensor-system-for-longer-trucks-and-buses Please contact your sales distributor at (562) 946-8459 to order yours today.

HS-300N: Audio Back-up Alert System For Trucks

HS-300N is a back-up audio alert system with dual sensors. This makes it suitable for service trucks through medium-sized buses. You can learn more about this system and its features here: https://store.tpcvehiclesafety.com/products/hs-300n-backup-safety-sensor-system Please contact your sales distributor at (562) 946-8459 to order yours today.

HS-100F: Audio Back-up Alert System for Small Vehicles

HS-100F is a back-up audio alert system for small to medium-sized commercial vehicles. It is reliable, durable, and at a great cost. You can learn more about this system and its features here: https://store.tpcvehiclesafety.com/products/hs-100f-complete Please contact your sales distributor at (562) 946-8459 to order yours today.

Truck Drivers Are the Unsung Heroes of the COVID-19 Crisis

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COVID-19 has caused many people to drastically change the way they live their lives. Trips have been canceled, workers have been laid-off, entire towns are in lock-down, and all are encouraged to practice social distancing. These steps limit person-to-person contact to help minimize the spread of the virus. But in order for these measures to be possible, there needs to be … Read More

Back up accidents kill 210 Americans annually

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The data doesn’t lie, vehicles moving in reverse are deadly. According to the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration (NHTSA), vehicles are involved at least 500,000 backing accidents annually in the U.S. That accounts for approximately 25% of all vehicle accidents.  These accidents kill an estimated 210 people annually and cause 15,000 injuries.   The victims are mostly children aged five and under (31% of all … Read More

10 Ways to Increase Backup Safety

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Truck fleet managers regularly ask, “How can my drivers backup safely?” Backup safety is a growing problem in the United States, especially with semi-trucks and service vehicles.

Where do I install my backup camera monitor?

Each week 50 children are hit by cars reversing. Forty-eight of those children recover in the emergency room and unfortunately, 2 of the 50 children die in what is an otherwise preventable accident. That means that 2,600 children are hit by vehicles reversing every year and 104 of the children are killed.

1 in 4 Accidents Occur While Backing Up

Vehicle backing accidents are extremely common but can be prevented. One way to reduce these kinds of accidents is to use an alarm sensor or camera monitoring system, to help alert drivers of potential obstacles. TPC Vehicle Safety has several of these systems tailored to different needs and car types. These can be found on our website: https://store.tpcvehiclesafety.com Source: http://www.colby.edu/humanresources/wp-content/uploads/sites/170/2015/05/Backing-Safety-Talk.pdf