Soltrack helps to solve driver distraction

April 12, 2018
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When one considers that 77,5 percent of all long-haul road collisions are caused by poor driver behaviour – with 35 percent attributed to driver fatigue and 20 percent caused by the distraction of mobile devices – its clear that something needs to change.

Since 1999, Soltrack, a leading vehicle bureau and tracking company, has achieved extraordinary results in terms of the management of driver behaviour.

Clifford Solarsh, founder and CEO of Soltrack Vehicle Bureau, suggests that the company’s new, revolutionary, integrated accident-prevention warning system, Movon (pronounced Moov On) Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS), is set to change the course of accident-prevention statistics in South Africa.

“This dash-cam-supported driver-warning system is the first of its kind in South Africa. It features front viewing and optional in-cab viewing – all recorded on an SD card with full HD visual recognition. This means that fleet drivers will be safeguarded against potential road hazards and fatal collisions – and their businesses will beat the budget on exorbitant insurance premiums, too,” he explains.

The Movon ADAS warning system offers a fully integrated accident-prevention solution for commercial and passenger vehicles. Movon ADAS features numerous safety features that include:

  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Forward Collision Warning (FDW)
  • Pedestrian Collision Warning (PCW)
  • Safe Vehicle Distance Warning (SVDW)

“We are incredibly proud stockists of the Movon ADAS systems for the South African market. We know that this integrated system will keep our customers safe by minimising risk and will save them time and money,” Solarsh concludes.

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