Digital 2000 set to launch CheckPro at CV Show

on Mar 21, 18 • by • with No Comments

Ensuring your fleet is compliant Is vital for a transport business of any size. The safety of your drivers, other road users & pedestrians is paramount and daily walk checks are a key part of the system that gives you, as an operator, peace of mind that your business is doing the right things. The [&hellip...
Pin It

Home » General News, News, UK News » Digital 2000 set to launch CheckPro at CV Show

Ensuring your fleet is compliant Is vital for a transport business of any size. The safety of your drivers, other road users & pedestrians is paramount and daily walk checks are a key part of the system that gives you, as an operator, peace of mind that your business is doing the right things.

The DVSA published figures that stated that 80% of roadside check failures being preventable if the correct roadside checks were undertaken and a staggering 9,000 prohibition notices given throughout 2015/16.

That’s why the team at Digital 2000 (the team behind the TachPro range of tachograph & compliance consumables) have developed CheckPro, their new digital defect reporting system.

Matthew Cotton, Managing Director or Digital 2000 said “after taking onboard feedback from our customers and looking at existing systems that are on the market currently, we are able to ensure the features CheckPro offers tick all the right boxes for what is important to operators and their compliance issues”

These features include:

Fully customizable checklists
Full audit trail
Tamper-proof, time stamped reports
Powerful & comprehensive cloud based management system
User friendly app for iOS and Android
CheckPro will be launching at this year’s CV Show on stand 4D40. Where you can demo the system for yourself and check out all the features that can benefit your business.

In the meantime, head on over to www.checkpro.com where you can find out more and sign up for more details regarding the launch of this exciting new system for your business.

Related Posts

Comments are closed.

Scroll to top