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Protect & Optimize Your Construction Fleet With A Dash Cam

Many trucking companies have already realized the benefits of Construction Truck Dash Cameras. The construction industry has been slower to adopt this change in technology. Mostly because they have fewer road vehicles. However, those who have taken advantage of fleet dash cam solutions have realized many other benefits. You may not realize how beneficial they could be for your construction company's trucks and vans. 

1. Real-Time HD Video

The best part about a dash cam is that it captures video of what your driver sees during the route. A bonus feature is a dual-facing camera that captures the view of the road and also looks inside the cab at your driver. This can be useful to see their reactions to events on the road and encourage good driving behavior.

2. Instant, Real-Time Video Evidence

Included GPS tracking in your trucking camera systems enables you to combine the power of real-time HG video with up-to-the-minute location data. Not only is this helpful in the event of an accident, but it can also be used in a variety of other situations.

Before dashboard cameras gained popularity, commercial companies always seemed to be at fault. Which meant they also seemed to always be paying someone else. Lawyers, insurance companies, or civilians. With dash cams these companies now have irrefutable evidence to prove drivers' innocence. This protect thier employees, the business's reputation, the ability for future work, and the public's safety. 

Another benefit of a commercial dash cam is seeing drivers movements during an accident. You can see the exact moment of collision, the driver's response time, weather conditions, and any hazards that may have contributed.

When combined with a GPS feature, the dash camera can track the location and speed of the vehicle. As well as, any potential safety-related incidents. Alerts can be sent to the construction manager’s phone when the system detects inappropriate behaviors. These alerts come with one minute of video. So you can quickly check the situation and determine how to address it.

In case of an accident, the footage can give context and clarity about the situation, providing further insights.

3. Dash Cams Reduce Business Costs 

A construction fleet camera system may seem like a big investment at first, but the cost is easily outweighed when you see what you can end up saving in the long run.Video evidence can prove your company’s innocence, therefore saving you from costly insurance payouts, insurance premium hikes, vehicle repair costs, and more.

Having real-time visibility across your construction fleet helps you optimize your vehicles for greater productivity, lower fuel costs, and fewer unexpected maintenance delays. CallPass’s Construction Truck Dash Camera solution also comes streamlined with Google traffic reporting so you can ensure your drivers take the most efficient routes to save your business time and money!

4. Better Drivers

One of the more unexpected benefits of a dashcam for construction companies is that they make the drivers more conscious and aware of their driving. This leads to fewer accidents, improves driving styles, and encourages better habits.

In addition, these videos can be used for training individual drivers on their own behavior, or as part of a larger safety training class. For example, if several drivers have been repeating the same poor behavior, the construction manager can lead a class that uses this information to coach and protects their drivers. Then, you can develop a standard for how to review and monitor incidents.

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5. Record Other Construction Site Events

Of course, there’s more to a construction job site than just driving equipment, trucks, and vans. Trucking camera systems can also capture other events, such as theft, arguments, and equipment collisions. Every day you’ll discover another useful feature you didn’t know you needed as you gain a firmer grasp of your overall operations.

What Can A Dash Cam Do for Your Construction Company?

Adding a fleet camera system to your construction company should feel like a no-brainer. Get started today by clicking shop now button above.

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