- Drastically reduced fuel consumption.
- Extended mechanical life.
- Extended tyre life.
- Reduced road accidents.
- Safer driving conditions.
- Reduced operating expenses.
- Improved profitability.
- Improved resale value of vehicles
- Efficient and effective operation.
- No harmful effects on the vehicle.
- Suitable for all types of vehicles.
- Split second response times.
- Compatible with all other electronic systems.
- No interference with the fuel supply to injector pumps.
- Remains accurate and stable under all conditions.
- Tamper proof.
- User friendly.
- Complies with British and EU specifications for speed.
- The following leading fleet operators are amongst our many happy clients….
- Kruger National Park.
- Anglo American Corporation
- SA Bottling Company.
- Barnetts, Supreme and Morkels Furnishers.
- Ellerines Holdings.
- Namibia Government.
- Trans Hex Mining
- AVIS Fleet Services
Effects of high speed
- Increased risk of accidents
- Higher fuel consumption
- Increased wear on suspension
- Increased wear on brakes and tyres
- Shortened mechanical life
Origin of speed limiters in Great Britain & Europe
- February 1992, Council Directive 62/6/EEC requiring speed limiters in certain categories vehicles.
- November 2002, European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/85/EC extending the range of vehicles to be fitted. January 2007, extending to more categories of vehicles.
Other countries which followed:
- Tanzania 2003
- Kenya 2003
- Uganda 2004
- Zambia 2006
- Ontario and Québec, January 2009.