Here at RAM Tracking we understand that looking for technology can be confusing, with the vast amount of information from different companies providing different products and services. When it comes to dash cams, we’re the experts - that’s why we’ve put together a list of 5 vital features you should look for when shopping around for your dash cam, to ensure you find the right dash cam for your fleet management.
It’s no secret that dash cams are easy to get hold of on the consumer market. It would be easy for businesses to order consumer dash cams via the internet or simply walk into an automotive store and purchase dash cams there and then – particularly for smaller businesses with a smaller fleet. However, there are many dash cams that are designed specifically for business use that have significant advantages over consumer products.
In simple terms, first notification of loss (FNOL) means contacting your vehicle insurer as soon as is safely possibly following an incident. The quicker your insurer has been notified, the quicker they can start to capture all the necessary third-party details and start working on recovering the damages. A quick and accurate reporting can help to reduce insurance premiums as insurers will take these efforts into account when assessing the claim and aim to get you the best possible outcome.
Over the last 5 years, more and more business have seen first-hand the benefits of using dash cams on their fleet vehicles. Not only do dash cams allow fleet managers to record and review driving behavior, they are all invaluable for reducing insurance premiums and helping resolve accident blame disputes. Many businesses however, are using dash cams that are designer for consumers and therefore not getting the most out of their dash cams when it comes to business vehicle use.
Employers have a duty of care to their employees, which means that they are legally obligated to take all the steps reasonably possible to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of their employees in the workplace. This includes driving in a work-related capacity.
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