Some insurance companies may look favourably upon a vehicle having a business dash cam installed, and in some cases a dash cam can reduce insurance premiums. However, a dash cam will certainly protect a business from false insurance claims. Commercial dash cam footage is now widely accepted by most insurance companies as evidence in a claim to help speed up the process.
Every fleet manager knows that trying to make an insurance claim can often be tough work. The first port of call for an insurer is to figure out who was to blame for the damage incurred as a result of an accident. Unfortunately, in this day and age there are lots of fake whiplash claims, 'crash-for-cash' and insurance fraud scams that can make a claim even more difficult.
Furthermore, with a number of uninsured drivers on the road potentially crashing and then leaving the scene, it’s never been so important that businesses do everything they can to protect their drivers and assets.
Our professionally fitted business dash cams record video footage in high definition quality. This allows any recorded clips to be used for potential insurance claims or disputes. All footage recorded by the dash cam can be stamped with date, time and even location for accuracy and authenticity.
High resolution dash cam footage can easily record the registration plate of a vehicle that can then be passed onto the authorities.
Harsh braking to cause a crash or pretending to be hit, dash cam footage can stop these scams and provide valuable evidence.
Dash cams record unbiased and clear evidence to support blame. This footage can prove invaluable for protecting your insurance premium.
Dash cam footage used in conjunction with vehicle tracking can prove that work was undertaken or that driver conduct was acceptable.