• 3 Benefits of Wireless Front and Rear Dash Cams

Fleet Dash Cameras & Vehicle Camera System

Fleet GPS dash camera systems, or dash cams, offer truck drivers and fleet managers more control over their fleet safety with features designed to increase visibility, reduce accidents, and lower collision costs.

As dash cams become more affordable compared to the past and as technology improves, it is becoming more prevalent around truck fleets. If you are a fleet manager and still are not using fleet dash cam systems, now might be the time!

Below are 3 Benefits that Wireless Front and Rear Dash Cams provide:

#1 – Video Footage

Wireless front and rear dash cams are an extremely effective safety tool for commercial fleets. Just ask yourself how many times you wished you had a photo or video of mysterious damage or if you are a truck driver, how much easier it would be if you had a camera behind or beside the truck for decreasing blind-spots or avoiding blind spot collisions.

Wireless front and rear dash cams do just that. Front-facing fleet dash cameras capture superior-quality video of the road ahead, providing fleet managers with visibility into their operations.

A fleet dash camera system consists of front-facing cameras and rear and side cameras that capture truck blind spots. 

With today’s technology, telematics companies offer dash cams connected to a telematics solution with a g-sensor, so the system can automatically detect safety-related driver behavior events—like sudden acceleration, sudden brake, sharp turns, lane crossing and speeding—and upload incident footage to the cloud, with GPS location and time. 

Events are labeled and fleet managers can view video clip events in real time or up to a week later. 

Tip #2 – Lower Insurance Costs 

Now that you are equipped with video footage, it is easier to coach drivers on risky driving events behaviors and near misses. Fleet dash camera systems have been proven to improve safety and mitigate risk. With the video evidence, you can say goodbye to faulty claims and mysterious damage. 

Insurance companies took note of this too and offer a premium discount, credit, or subsidy. 

Use this to your advantage and you can save thousands of dollars on insurance premiums. 

Tip #3 – Increased Safety and Visibility

For a complete Fleet Dash camera system , adding side, exterior and rear facing cameras will provide fleet managers and truck drivers with 360 visibility into road operations. No more blind spots, false claims, mysterious accidents and incidents, everything is recorded and is used for your advantage.
Watch driver-facing and road-facing video footage on your phone or computer. See who the driver was, how fast they were going and the vehicle location with GPS tracking. See where your driver made a sharp turn, crossed lanes or stopped abruptly and the context to why this happened.

Improve Fleet Safety with Wireless Links Fleet DashCam System

Wireless Links fleet GPS dash camera system consists of:

  • Front Facing Camera to record the road ahead
  • Interior Camera- Monitor Activity Within Vehicle
  • External/Side Cameras- Capture All Angles Outside Of Vehicles And Eliminate Blind Spots
  • Rear Camera – Back Up Camera With Optional In-Cab Screen For Driver
  • In-Cab Monitor

Our fleet dash cam solution can be added to an existing fleet management system or can be purchased as an integrated fleet tracking system with cameras, live gps fleet tracking, ELD, temperature monitoring and IOT asset tags in case you have equipment and assets you want to track.

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