Construction operator digs TruTac remote tacho download25 August 2020
Trukberry, the Coleshill-based aggregates and muck-away transporter, has switched to TruTac and auto tacho downloading to gain more up-time, improve compliance and speed up DVSA checks.
With Volvo FMX 8-wheeler 32 tonne tippers working construction, recycling, site clearance and ground works projects in the Midlands, owner James Berry was spending valuable driving time downloading each vehicle’s tacho on a weekly basis and driver cards daily and if the DVSA came calling, says Berry, the operation came to a standstill.
“We decided to go digital and installed TruTac’s TruControl tachograph analysis, reporting and compliance system in a bid to cut through daily manual processes and to get organised on the paperwork front – especially where random vehicle checks were concerned.”
According to Berry, the TruControl online system is easy to operate and everything is all in one place.
“The remote tacho download has been a God-send,” adds Berry, “and literally has given us more earning time every day. All the information from the tacho’s is automatically downloaded multiple times a day, and everything is neatly stored and accessible.” In fact, the company recently had a DVSA check and everything went very smoothly, he reports.
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