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Remote Downloads

We are delighted to announce that we now offer remote downloads as part of our driver compliance solution

Remotely download your driver’s cards and tacho units and eliminate the time needed to chase drivers and physically download your vehicles.

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Knowledge, Awareness, Training and Education

The latest addition to the Tranzaura range of transport safety solutions, Knowledge, Awareness, Training and Education, better known as K.A.T.E, was unveiled for the first time at the CV Show last April, and is now available for all.

KATE is a platform that compliments, enhances and supports existing training programmes through the delivery of essential content to drivers, as well as providing insight into the effectiveness of such material and allowing you to:

  • DRIVE daily awareness
  • REDUCE risk
  • INFORM quickly
  • VALIDATE learning
  • ENSURE safety

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FTA Select Tranzaura As Their Fifth Affinity Partner

At the recent Commercial Vehicle show at the NEC Birmingham it was announced that Tranzaura have been selected as only the fifth FTA Affinity Partner.
This news came hot on the tails of the public unveiling of K.A.T.E, the latest Tranzaura transport safety solution which is a platform that compliments, enhances and supports existing training programmes through the delivery of essential content and micro-learning to drivers.
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Tranzaura supplier profile

The latest issue of Coach & Bus Week magazine is available both in store and oMike + Metrolinenline now

Featuring news from the bus and coach industry, this month’s edition also features a Tranzaura supplier profile with an in-depth discussion with Tranzaura CEO & founder Mike Price covering the partnership with Metroline, the innovative Tranzaura vehicle compliance solution, as well as a brief look at the upcoming solution KATE.

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Road Safety Week 2016: How to get involved


Road Safety Week 21 – 27 November 2016

How to get involved

  • Run a campaign against dangerous roads or dangerous road use in your community. Invite local media to attend a campaign launch. Read ideas from our road safety mascot, Zak the Zebra about getting involved.
  • Promote road safety and Road Safety Week online (e.g. through a community/organisation website or on Facebook and Twitter), with a link to this website.
  • Make a Road Safety Week display for your community, for example in a supermarket, library or shopping centre (view our shop for free and low-cost items you can get from Brake).
  • Run road safety educational initiatives or activities in local schools or clubs.
  • Buy a giant Road Safety Week banner for your community. See this year’s designs or email for more details.
  • Promote road safety via email, newsletter or website. Encourage local people to sign the Brake Pledge.
  • Fundraise for Brake by running a fun event or holding a collection.

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Road Safety Week – Make The Pledge


Road Safety Week 21 – 27 November 2016

Make the pledge

Road Safety Week 2016, which takes place from Monday 21st November until Sunday 27th November, is the UK’s biggest road safety event, coordinated annually by Brake and involving thousands of schools, organisations and communities each year.

Brake is a road safety charity that works to prevent road death and injury, makes streets and communities safer, and supports victims of road crashes. Brake founded Road Safety in 1997 as an annual event to raise awareness about road safety and promote steps that everyone can take to stop these needless deaths and injuries year-round.

Road Safety Week aims to inspire communities to take action on road safety and promote life-saving messages during the Week and beyond. It also provides a focal point for professionals working in road safety to boost awareness and engagement in their work.

Brake’s vision is a world where streets are pleasant, unpolluted and safe for everyone to use freely. To help get there, everyone can make the pledge which calls for people to drive less, and if they do drive, to do everything they can to protect themselves and the people around them.



Drivers – I’ll stay under limits, and slow down to 20mph around schools, homes and shops to protect others. I’ll slow right down for bends, brows and bad weather, and avoid overtaking.
Everyone – I’ll speak out for slowing down and help drivers understand that the slower they drive, the more chance they have of avoiding a crash and saving a life.


Drivers – I’ll never drive after drinking any alcohol or drugs – not a drop, not a drag.
Everyone – I’ll plan ahead to make sure I, and anyone I’m with, can get home safely and I’ll never get a lift with drink/drug drivers. I’ll speak out if someone’s about to drive on drink or drugs.


Drivers – I’ll make sure everyone in my vehicle is belted up on every journey, and kids smaller than 150cm are in a proper child restraint. I’ll choose the safest vehicle I can and ensure it’s maintained.
Everyone – I’ll belt up on every journey, and make sure friends and family do too.


Drivers – I’ll never take or make calls, read or type when driving. I’ll put communication devices out of reach, and stay focused on the road.
Everyone – I’ll never chat on the phone to someone else who’s driving.


Drivers – I’ll stay focused on safe driving. I’ll take regular breaks and never drive if I’m tired, stressed or on medication that affects driving. I’ll get my eyes tested every two years and wear glasses or lenses at the wheel if I need them.
Everyone – I’ll look out for friends and loved ones by ensuring they only drive if they’re fit for it, and rest if they’re tired.


Everyone – I’ll minimise the amount I drive, or not drive at all. I’ll get about by walking, cycling or public transport as much as I can, for road safety, the environment and my health.

Make the pledge and help keep our roads safe for all users. To show our support for Road Safety Week we’re offering a 10% discount on our safety solutions for all who sign up during the campaign. Contact a member of our team to find out how we can help ensure you “Stay Safe, Stay Smart and Stay Legal”.

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CTTC Coach and Bus Show 2016 Round-Up


CTTC Coach and Bus Show 2016 Round-up

The CTTC Coach and Bus Show 2016 took place this past weekend in the RDS Simmonscourt and Tranzaura we delighted to have been a part of the fantastic event. Over a thousand visitors attended the show over the course weekend to see the latest and greatest vehicles, technologies, solutions and more from the 80 exhibiting businesses that came from every corner of the country and covered every sector of the industry.

Kevin, Eoghan and CEO Mike Price manned the Tranzaura stand for the weekend demoing the vehicle and compliance solutions to a venerable who’s who of industry players, with a lucky few getting a sneak peek at our upcoming release, KATE. Details about this revolutionary solution will be released as we edge closer to a release date, so stay tuned for more information.

The show was officially opened by Commissioner Phil Hogan on Saturday morning and this was followed by a whole host of seminars covering a full range of topics affecting all in the coach and bus industry. The show officially came to a close on Sunday evening with the awarding of the Coach Driver of the Year award. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved in the organising and running of the show, which went without a hitch, as well as everybody who stopped by the stand over the weekend. We look forward to talking to you all again over the coming weeks.

See some of our photos from the show below.


Commissioner Phil Hogan officially opening the show



Kevin manning the Tranzaura stand



CEO Mike Price demoing KATE to Aircoach Managing Director Allen Parker



Kevin feeling right at home demoing our vehicle compliance solution


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Mike strengthening ties with JJ of JJ Kavanagh & Sons




CTTC Coach and Bus Show 2016

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CTTC Coach and Bus Show 2016

The CTTC Coach and Bus Show 2016 kicks off in the RDS Simmonscourt tomorrow and Tranzaura are proud to be a part of this great exhibition. To get you excited for the event we’ve put together a few points to whet your appetite for the Irish Coach and Bus event of the year.


It’s free!

The CTTC Coach and Bus Show is free to attend, however you must book your tickets in advance which you can do by clicking here, but hurry, as there are only a few tickets left.


Exhibitors from all corners of the bus and coach industry

Sponsored by Campion Insurance, a leading insurer in the provision of insurance products to coach and business operators in Ireland, the CTTC event is a unique opportunity for coach manufacturers and companies supplying the road passenger transport industry to exhibit their products and services to the licensed coach and bus operators of Ireland.

With over 60 companies exhibiting their wares you’re sure to find solutions to problems you didn’t even know you had.


Exhibiting at the event

Exhibiting at this year’s event are all of the major players from every sector of the bus and coach industry, including Mercedes-Benz, Yutong, Westward Scania, Volvo and Renault among many, many others, exhibiting the latest and greatest technology for the industry.


Finding your way

With so many great companies attending the event it would be easy to lose your way. Click here to see the floor plan to ensure you don’t get lost and miss out on anything.


You can find Tranzaura at stand C26 where our range of safety and compliance solutions will be on display and we look forward to seeing you there!