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Case Study 65

Tom works for a frozen food company that makes multi drop deliveries across London and the South East. His vehicle is a refrigerated 26 tonne rigid with a tail lift and reversing camera.

His day starts at 06:00 am, and he begins by carrying out his daily vehicle checks where he notices the truck is missing a height indicator. Before leaving, his traffic manager tells him he needs to take a download from his vehicle’s tachograph unit.

Tom enjoys his job but hates delivering into central London as parking is always an issue. His traffic manager is concerned he is picking up too many parking tickets, and he’s told Tom to be more careful when making deliveries.

It’s Saturday today, it’s Tom’s sixth day at work, and he’s looking forward to a bit of rest.

He will arrive at his first delivery at 07:30 am