Promoting and providing easy access for all fleets with regulated, compliant routes for the whole of the UK, keeping drivers and the public safe.
Promoting and providing all fleets easy access to the shortest routes possible for their sized vehicle, saving companies hundreds of pounds a year on fuel.
Keeping HGVs away from pedestrian areas such as small villages and primary schools, keeping air quality as best as it can be whilst allowing your local economy to thrive.
Providing all companies based in your region, with up to 20% discount on all Lorry Route systems.
REPORT: Residents can instantly report a vehicle or traffic incident via our website on their computer or smartphone.
NOTIFY: Lorry Watch informs the local council of the incident.
ACT: Lorry Route works with local councils and companies to escalate any problem areas, changing the core mapping for the whole of the UK to use.
STORE: We store the incident and reporter details for future reference. Reporters can agree to have councils contact them for further information.
UPDATE: All residents who report an incident get an automated reply, keeping them in the loop and making sure they feel heard.
Use your community and make the most of user-driven data collection, helping you pinpoint problems as they happen. Lorry Watch helps your community feel heard and respected.
Store all of the vital details of your vehicles and quickly get routes tailored for their weight and dimensions, wherever they’re headed across the UK.
Get permission from reports to contact the person who has reported the incident, to get more information, and prosecute where necessary.
Monitor your area by a live interactive map, that can keep track of reports, and present where all incidents happen.
Work with us to report the matter to the DVSA, with Lorry Watch logging all updates on the council portal, accessed anywhere, at any time.
Lorry Watch reports severe incidents to the DVSA, following your council rules on what type of report to escalate.
We'll keep you up to date with all status reports from the DVSA, keeping everything in your online portal for easy access for 3 years. We also update the person who reported the incident.
TIP: Type the first couple of letters of your council to jump to it in the list.