Case Studies

Fuel Economy

A case study of fuel savings attained from the installation of a top speed limiter

Carbon Footprint

A case study on the reduction of CO2 emissions at varying speeds

Dual Speed Limiter

Top speed limiters for vans

About the System

The Everglade Dual Speed Limiter is an entirely electronic product. It enables most vehicles from 2002 to have two optional speed settings on the limiter. This devices switches between the two set speeds with a push of a button. The dual speed limiter is Ideal for those looking for a simple to control device that allows them to limit their vehicle according to the road speeds during a journey. The dual speed limiter is also ideally suited to fleets looking to restrict vehicles to site speed limits and still retaining a maximum top speed when 'off site'

Our system utilises state of the art hardware and software. Most of our limiters are a 'soft install' which means that any cutting of wires or soldering is kept to an absolute minimum. This ensures that vehicle reliability is maintained, but also means that a clean and non-disruptive removal by our engineers is possible, e.g. at the end of a lease or contract hire agreement.


Everglade Services Ltd offer a full supply and install service for all top speed limiters. Due to the nature of the system, equipment required to calibrate and warranty provision, we can not provide limiters as supply only. All of our systems are installed by fully trained engineers and we can arrange fitting to minibuses, 3.5 and 7.5 ton wagons or trucks, as well as light commercial vehicles, cars and vans. Most vehicles manufactured after 2002 can be limited and we have systems suitable for most makes and models. Please contact our team for any pricing or product enquiries.

Key Features:

•   Dual set top speeds e.g. 30mph & 70mph

•   Can be set to any speed required

•   Reversible - Can be removed by our engineers

•   Approved by VCA for legislation

•   E Mark Certified


•   Reduction in vehicle emissions output

•   Increases in fuel economy

•   Reduction in vehicle wear and tear

•   Protection for fleet operators – Duty of care

•   Protection of corporate image