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        Welcome to our website. This section will be dedicated to our customers and their work using the products we sell here on the site and in our store. Not only do.. Read More
Hello and welcome to the first in a series of blogs from a very good customer of ours. Allan has been dealing with us for a long time and builds replica American police vehicles to an insanely hi.. Read More
        Lots of products up on the site this month, Here's a summary for those that don't use our Facebook page. Hella Mining: Mostly work lights with a power socket.. Read More
  Hello again and welcome back to the Sarge's Blog.     &nbs.. Read More
  Hello troops and welcome back to 'The Sarge's Blog'!                 We're going to continue with the build of the 2003 Ford P.. Read More
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Welcome!
        Welcome to our website. This section will be dedicated to our customers and their work using the products we sell here on the site and in our store. Not only does it give our customers a better idea of what we do beyond products available on the site but its free advertising for you the customer on our blog. Facebook and Twitter feeds. If you're an exisiting customer and have a new project or fancy new show vehicle you want to share please get in touch via email to submit your entry. Whether its your prize winning truck show vehicle or an example of the ..
The Sarge's Blog Part 1
Hello and welcome to the first in a series of blogs from a very good customer of ours. Allan has been dealing with us for a long time and builds replica American police vehicles to an insanely high standard. We'll be showcasing his work in a series 'The Sarge's Blog'. So without any further preamble I'll hand it over to Allan. Enjoy! - Welcome to the Sarge's Blog.   I've been asked to share my wisdom and experience with the followers of Stanley R Harris Ltd whom I've been a customer for over 20 years. Yes they're still taking my money! I've been in the Amer..
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August products and news
        Lots of products up on the site this month, Here's a summary for those that don't use our Facebook page. Hella Mining: Mostly work lights with a power socket normally found on heavy plant vehicles and a padlockable battery master switch. The LED worklights are on a whole other level in terms of brightness comapred to the run of the mill stuff plus they are as tough as old boots thanks to the IP6K9K ratings. We may have found something other than cockroaches that'll survive a nuclear war. Also from Hella was a small expansion on our range of driving..
The Sarge's Blog Part 2
  Hello again and welcome back to the Sarge's Blog.       So today I'll show you the blank canvas and talk a little bit about wiring.           My car did see service in Texas so fitting the equipment on should not be an issue.   I would however need to establish if the equipment I propo..
The Sarge's Blog Part 3
  Hello troops and welcome back to 'The Sarge's Blog'!                 We're going to continue with the build of the 2003 Ford Police Interceptor. Today we'll look at the build of the centre console and some of the do's and don'ts when loading equipment into the console.       My console will consist of a Panasonic Toughbook laptop with docking station, night light, Motorola two-way radio, Whelen siren with PA, Federal Signal Information Matrix, Whelen Switchbox and Whelen Traf..
September products and news
        The website expansion continued this month with some new products lines as well as additions to existing ones. We added some new Peterson lamps in the form of rear LED combination trailer lamps and LED worklights. The air fittings were expanded to include air brake specifc SIRIT fittings. These are permanent single use brass fittings which are heavy duty and meant to last. Far more reliable than the re-usable type. They have a modular design for solid T's or swivel assemblies. Most of the work was behind the scenes in September but we have ..
UK Roads and The Commercial Crisis [Infographic]
UK roads are considered one of the safest in the world. But still, accidents are increasing over the years, especially since 2015 where the number of deaths have increased by 6%. The UK sees a number of deaths each year. Though the government has put various rules and laws in place to check the increasing number of accidents, the figures seem to have increased over the last few years. Some of the top causes of road casualties in the UK include losing control, drunk driving, being careless or reckless, misjudgement and failing to look properly. And one of the biggest causes of road accidents..
The Top 5 Characteristics Of HGV Drving Jobs And Drivers

Though we often drive by them daily, only a few take the time to appreciate the work of HGV drivers. They help keep our economy moving forward by delivering goods to factories, commercial businesses, and stores. That;'s why HGV driving jobs require drivers with more than a clean driving record. Often transporting goods across large distances for major corporations, HGV drivers must be disciplined and professional.  And it's vital that they have a few more qualites which we will share in this article.

45 Wonderful Quotes about the Joy of Driving
​   Driving is one of those privileges most people can admit to looking forward to from a young age. As teeneagers we anticipate getting behind the wheel of a car. We see ourselves finally free to explore beyond our homes and familiar places. We value the liberation that a driver’s license signifies. Driving has become a right of passage into adulthood. It is also the source of livelihood for taxi drivers, bus conductors and HGV drivers all over the world.   Whether you enjoy driving as a disconnection or to get from point A to point B, you you can hardly deny the liberat..
How to Know Your Vehicle is Equipped for Anything
Have you ever heard about Murphy’s Law? Well if you haven’t, you have probably experienced it first hand – it states that if something can go wrong, it will go wrong, and usually at the worst time possible. This is what created a saying: “better safe than sorry”, and this is especially important when it comes to your safety, especially in traffic. This is why it is essential to regularly check your car and make sure that everything is in order, from the engine to the tires, and this is an absolute must before going on a long trip. First Things First: Equipment Cars get broken all th..
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