A second mechanical failure leaves Charlie down but not out after Silverstone disappointment
Tuesday, 20 Jun 2017
  With one mission – getting back on the podium, Charlie ploughed all of his efforts into his campaign, but yet again met a bitter blow.  ...
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Highway Care's Antony Butcher ditched intensive training for a few curries
Friday, 16 Jun 2017
  Despite initial motivations assembling the Highway Care team, Antony’s enthusiasm somewhat diminished when rigorous training was mentioned.   ...
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 Eliminate | Reduce | Isolate | Control

ERIC - is the urban friendly, versatile, compact and manoeuvrable traffic management vehicle designed by Highway Care to ELIMINATE blind spots, REDUCE risk for crew members and vulnerable road users, by ISOLATING the potential for incidents and maintaining CONTROL over its surrounding environment.

ERIC's traffic management body is Chapter 8 and construction and use regulations compliant. 

Packed full of advanced safety features, ERIC conforms to FORS, CLOCS and SLS for the city of London.
  • The Lighting board has been specifically mounted to enable a shorter 5.7m wheel base versus average 6.5m, improving manoeuvrability without compromising the storage and working space.
  • First Econic Euro VI Traffic Management Vehicle in the UK, enforcing a large reduction in pollutants.
  • Cameras provide an on screen view of both truck sides that are activated on indication, eliminating blind spots and utilises a DVD recorder to capture court admissible footage. 
  • Two forms or audible warning are provided with the use of sensors detecting moving objects within a meter of the vehicle, providing an in cab light and sound display to the driver depicting location of the moving object and the proximity to the vehicle on both sides. External speakers also warn the vulnerable road user.
  • Storage basket lighting for improved visibility during night works.
  • Yellow Anti-slip painted H Zone on the truck bed floor decreases miss footing and signals the danger zone around cone wells. 
  • Three point contacts are painted a visible yellow.