More and more frequently we are being asked to analyse Tachograph data in both a forensic role and as part of our Fleet Analysis service. We have the ability to conduct both analogue and digital tachograph analysis. Frequently this can be combined with the expertise also available at Wayman providing a total solution when dealing with road traffic law cases.
Tachographs are recording devices installed by law on goods vehicles across the EU to make sure drivers and the companies they work for comply with EU Driver Hours and Working Time directives. As tachographs measure the speed of a vehicle over time, they are useful for checking that drivers are taking the required breaks, do not drive longer than the law allows and are not breaking the speed limit. They can also be used in the wake of a collision to give a clearer picture of what happened. Analogue charts can be analysed under a microscope, and digital information via computer, in order to look at minute details contained within the data. Our tachograph consultancy service helps prevent collisions and can be combined with fleet analysis work to give a more complete view of your business.
We analyse both digital and analogue tachograph data and can provide a fully qualified forensic consultant to discuss your requirements with you. You may need a courtroom appearance, a written report or just some advice, but whatever your situation, we have the knowledge and experience to help. As with our collision investigators, our tachograph specialist has a police background and has been hand-picked for his professionalism and reliability.
Whether you are a haulage company facing enforcement action, have had a collision or simply want to make sure your business complies with the law, contact us for more information. We endeavour to provide a quick and efficient service tailored to suit your needs.
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