• Cobra launches its new campaign to highlight the benefits of speed limiters at 2012 CV Show
    • Cobra’s speed limiter special offer price of £249* saves customers at least £50 and includes fitting
    • Cobra speed limiters help maximise a fleet’s fuel economy and safeguard staff

    Cobra UK, a leader in vehicle safety and security solutions, is launching a new campaign to highlight the benefits of speed limiters at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show with a special offer price on its speed limiter.

    The safety and security provider is launching its campaign in a bid to help fleet operators improve road safety, reduce running costs and help them meet Duty of Care obligations. Cobra is offering its speed limiter at a special price of just £249* including fitting, saving customers at least £50.

    Rising fuel costs are becoming an ever greater issue, and Cobra speed limiters give operators another tool in their armoury to restrict a driver’s speed, particularly when motorway driving, and to consequently reduce fuel use and costs.

    A recent independent test by Fleet Van magazine using a Volkswagen Transporter Sportline fitted with a Cobra speed limiter set at 56 mph achieved a 37% reduction in fuel use; a figure that would dramatically reduce running costs over a typical three or four year period, as well as reducing emissions and extending engine life.

    Protecting a driver when they are using a vehicle on company business is paramount to any modern day company’s Health and Safety and Duty of Care strategy, and a speed limiter goes some way to helping reduce a driver’s speed and thus their chances of being involved in an accident.

    The speed limiter, which is Euro 5 and Euro 4 engine compatible for both petrol and diesel vehicles, comes with Plug and Play installation and a two year parts warranty. The product is also OEM approved.

    The offer will help fleets maximise fuel economy and safeguard staff, but is restricted to light van fleets operating 25+ vehicles. Orders must be received by 5pm on 31 July 2012.

    *Plus VAT