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Dash Cams

How can Dash Cams improve fleet safety?

How can Dash Cams improve fleet safety?

We are all aware that safety for a fleet of vehicles is of heightened importance to a fleet manager. Through ensuring safety of vehicles, fleet managers can potentially see reductions in insurance premiums and an increase in employee satisfaction. There are many obvious ways to protect your vehicles from steering Locks to vehicle trackers. However, many people aren’t aware of the safety improvements that dash cams can bring with them.

5 must have features to look for in a dash cam

5 must have features to look for in a dash cam

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.

Why should you use a business dash cam over a consumer dash cam?

Why should you use a business dash cam over a consumer dash cam?

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.

What is FNOL & how can dash cams help?

What is FNOL & how can dash cams help?

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.