What are Fleet Dash Cams and How are They Used?
A fleet dash cam is a hardware technology that records driving video and audio of a fleet vehicle in motion. Some fleet dash cams are front-facing and capture events outside the fleet vehicle, while others record the driver side as well. Fleet dash cams are either mounted to the vehicle dashboard, inside the windshield or attached to the rearview mirror.
Fleet managers deploy fleet dash cams to protect their fleet drivers in the case of accidents to help prevent at-fault collisions and provide driver protection in fleet insurance claims.
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Some Fleets Cannot Use Dash Cam Solutions
Why is Driver Safety so Important?
#1 Cause of Auto
Insurance studies indicate that distracted driving is the #1 cause of vehicle collisions.
Litigation and nuclear verdicts in excess of $10 million are becoming more common.
Nearly 40% of workplace-related fatalities involved transportation incidents.
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- Protect your employees from distracted driving injuries
- Keep your vehicles on the road and out of the shop
- Avoid increases to your fleet insurance premiums
- Lower your exposure to nuclear verdicts and settlements
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