Road accidents, injuries, fatalities, all have a very serious impact on any country's economy and sociology. Hospitals are crowded, man hours are wasted, skilled workers are lost. Children are left without parents, mothers without husbands, parents without their children.
The only people who benefit from road accidents, are panel beaters and funeral undertakers!!
Why you need it?
Because if you drive sensibly, any vehicle uses less fuel and will last longer!
Why should your drivers waste your money and wreck your vehicles?
By controlling the maximum speed and maximum engine revs of your vehicles, YOU WILL SAVE MONEY, because your vehicles will be more economical on fuel and will last longer. Fuel savings of more than 30% are recorded!
- 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.