Direct Vision Standard

Are your vehicles TfL Direct Vision Standard (DVS) compliant? Do they hold a valid DVS safety permit?

Let us make sure that your HGV complies with the law and supports road safety around Greater London.

Contact MHF (UK) Ltd to make sure you meet Direct Vision Standard requirements


We fit Durite DVS Safe System equipment

FeaturesCost including fitting (price correct Jan 2022)
Basic Durite kit
(approx 8h fit time)

CCTV kit (side camera)
Sensor system with driver alert
Left turn speaker
Warning sign
£1,500 plus VATENQUIRE NOW
Advanced Durite Kit
(approx 10h fit time)

CCTV kit (side camera)
Sensor system with driver alert
Left turn speaker
Warning sign
Low speed trigger module
£3,000 plus VATENQUIRE NOW



Is your HGV Direct Vision Standard equipped?

The Direct Vision Standard is a new law introduced to reduce road injuries on Greater London’s road network. Since March 2021 HGVs must hold a DVS safety permit if they are to be driven on the capital’s roads.

Vehicles which hold a DVS Safety Permit must have passed stringent checks to ensure that they do not have driver blind spots and that visibility around their vehicle is good from all angles. But not all HGVs will meet the standard. A star rating of 0 means that you need to fit direct vision standard kit to your vehicle so that it complies with the law.

MHF (UK) Ltd stocks a range of direct vision standard equipment from the Durite range. We are available to install these systems to enhance your star rating under the direct vision standard.

In addition you may wish to purchase direct vision standard stickers. These highly visible alerts emphasise blind spot areas and remind other road users and pedestrians that a driver may not see them in areas of limited visibility around their vehicle.

Book in with MHF (UK) Ltd today

Our experienced team of fitters can advise you about the range of equipment we supply which has been designed specifically to eliminate blind-spots and ensure that your vehicle meets the requirements of the DVS. This ranges from scanners and external cameras to in-cab monitors and external speakers.

Requirements of the DVS are due to be expanded in 2024. Why not plan ahead and futureproof your HGV by upgrading to meet the 2024 obligations in one go, saving your business time and money in the long run?