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In-Vehicle Installations

UK wide installation services of in-vehicle communications and surveillance equipment.

Whether it's a single vehicle or a fleet, our own in-house, experienced Installers can be at your premises at a time to suit.

Specialising in multi-technology vehicle solutions, equipment is installed efficiently, to industry best practice and in compliance with our ISO9001 accredited Quality Management System.

For enquiries regarding vehicle installation work, please get in touch, our Service Department will be happy to assist.


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In-Vehicle Mobile Phones

We've been fitting carphones and mobile phone car kits since they came out in the 1980's. Whilst many new vehicles are now fitted with bluetooth phone connectivity as standard, there is still a demand for "handsfree" connections to mobile phones.

  • Hardwired
  • Bluetooth Wireless
  • Radio Mute options
  • Cars, Vans, Trucks, Plant and more


Did you know that it’s been illegal to use a hand held mobile phone while driving,
or while stopped with the engine running, since December 2003?

Since the 1st of March 2017 the Fixed Penalty Notice has increased to £200 and 6 points on your Driving Licence.


To receive a penalty you only need to be seen with a hand held "device"* - this includes using your phone to follow a map, read a text or check social media etc. This applies even if you’re waiting at traffic lights or queuing in traffic.

You can only use a handheld phone or device if you are safely parked or need to call 999 or 112 in an emergency and it’s unsafe or impractical to stop.

If you are within the first 2 years of passing your driving test, 6 points for this offence will result in the loss of your Driving Licence.

Whilst you can use a handsfree system to make or receive a call, if you are in contact with the device for texting, browsing etc, or considered to be distracted or not in proper control of a vehicle, you can be prosecuted.

Penalties can be much greater where using a device results in prosecution for not being in proper control of a vehicle, dangerous driving, causing damage, injury or even death.

Where they provide mobile devices, Employers have responsibilities to ensure they have a policy / procedure in place to ensure Employee compliance with the legislation.

* Devices

  • Handheld device – something that "is or must be held at some point during the course of making or receiving a call or performing any other interactive communication function"
  • Device – "similar" to a mobile phone if it performs an interactive communication function by transmitting and receiving data
  • You can use a two way radio but not any other device that sends or receives data

Our Mobile Phones Team will be happy to discuss your in-vehicle devices policy
and advise on appropriate options for your business.

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In-Vehicle Mobile Radio

Whilst their use has declined in vans and commercial vehicles, mobile radios are still widely used in Control Rooms, Plant Machinery, Support Vehicles, Off Road Vehicles, Boats and other weird and wonderful forms of transport.

  • Leading Mobile Radio Brands
  • Analogue / Digital
  • Fixed and Magnetic Antenna options
  • GPS & Bluetooth options
  • Cars, Vans, Trucks, Plant, Boats and more
  • Radio System Base Stations
  • Hand Mics, Visor Mics, Gooseneck Mics, Gear Lever PTT and other hands free options
in-vehicle mobile phone car kits

in-vehicle mobile phone car kits

In-Vehicle Tracking and Telematics

Vehicle Tracking has evolved to do much more than locate a vehicle. Intelligent telematics systems monitor driving styles, fuel usage, route deviation and much more.

We install hard wired and battery powered "portable" solutions to not just road going vehicles, but a wide range of transportable assets. We also install Tracker Locate Stolen Vehicle Recovery systems.

  • Fixed
  • Portable
  • Driver Feedback Displays
  • Stolen Vehicle Recovery
  • Satellite Navigation
  • Cars, Vans, Trucks, Plant, Boats, Caravans and more

In-Vehicle Surveillance Systems

As insurance costs get ever higher, insurance fraud increases and wrongful blame for accidents becomes more popular, businesses are now protecting themselves and their people with vehicle technology.

  • Forward Facing Cameras
  • 360 Degree Vision
  • Occupant and Load Monitoring
  • "Black Box" Recording
  • Reversing Cameras and Display Units
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