June 19, 2021
What is a dashcam? Dashcams, or dashboard cameras are cameras installed within the cab of vehicles to accurately record driving events. Usually, they are forward facing to give a view out the front of the windscreen, the same as what the driver would see. Some dashcams have two cameras with the second facing the driver, showing a view of the driver while they are driving. While the forward-facing cameras are usually recording at all times, driver facing cams have options to be activated only by harsh events, coaching, or similar depending on how they are set up. Dashcams are installed in vehicles for a number of reasons including defending your company from fraudulent claims, exonerating drivers over harsh events, driver training and coaching, and positive reinforcement.
Risk managementVideo recordings that provide a clear, accurate history of driving events work to protect your drivers, your company, and your reputation.