A revolution in tyre safety with automated re-torque alerts from EROAD.
Wheel loss on a vehicle is a huge risk to your drivers, the public and your business – and failure to re-tighten wheel nuts after a short period of in-service running is a key risk factor.
EROAD’s re-torque alerts uses distance travelled from our highly accurate in-cab unit the ‘Ehubo2’ to ensure that your driver knows exactly when the wheel nuts should be re-checked for correct torque.
A major breakthrough in vehicle safety
EROAD re-torque alerts provide a seamless link between vehicles, drivers and tyre suppliers to keep our roads safer.
The tyre service provider can use the EROAD API to code their own system to manage the messaging – ensuring full integration with your operating procedures and customer SLAs.
For fleet managers and drivers
EROAD alerts take all the guesswork out of when you need to re-torque wheels after a tyre change.
An automated message will go straight to the driver in their cab – appearing on the Ehubo2 screen. This will let them know that a re-torque is needed and prompt them to complete the task as soon as possible.
Fleet managers and despatchers are also notified on their Depot software – to make sure that nothing is missed.
For tyre service providers
Simplify SLA management, keep vehicles and roads safer, and reduce time and cost.
EROAD re-torque alerts take all the hassle out of managing manual, paper based, systems – and let you set up automatic driver alerts that appear when the vehicle has completed a pre-set mileage after a tyre change.
You can set the mileage to your specifications – and the accuracy and reliability of the Ehubo2 makes sure the driver is advised, directly in-cab, at the exactly the right time.
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