Tag Archive: Video Recording Systems

Benefits of Using Video Recording Systems on Tow Trucks

on June 21, 2019 7:33 pm

Operating a tow truck is dangerous enough, but video recording systems can help you increase safety, reduce liability and increase productivity across your fleet Driving a tow truck is dangerous business. According to a report published in February by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), working in the towing industry comes with a 15 times greater risk of experiencing an on-the-job fatality compared to all other U.S. private industries combined. From working on the side of dangerous roads to dealing with customers who might not be happy to see you repossessing their vehicle, using a video recording system on your tow trucks can help you improve safety and reduce liability while on the job. If you’ve never thought about using video recording systems on your tow trucks – or if you’ve thought about the idea but haven’t followed through – here are some key benefits of using a video recording system on your tow vehicles: Prevent False Claims For many tow truck operators, fighting false claims is one of the biggest obstacles they face in their line of work. With a video recording system – such as a commercial-grade dash camera or multi-camera video recording system –...

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Warranties: Not All Are Created Equal

on April 23, 2019 6:06 pm

Finding a company that backs its products with a great warranty is important. Here are some key tips on what to look for in a warranty to ensure you get the best possible coverage for your products. Warranties can play a crucial role in the evaluation of vendor options for purchasing camera systems for your vehicles. While you might look at two companies that seem to be offering similar warranties for their products and consider them equal, the problem is that not all warranties are created equal. There are far too many horror stories from frustrated customers who were promised the best warranty in the industry, only to find out they don’t have the coverage they thought they were signing up for. It isn’t uncommon for a company to advertise a 10-year warranty, yet have only a single component of their system covered for that long. While “technically” not a lie, it is quite misleading. There are also a host of aspects other than length that make some warranties much better than others.  To help you navigate the confusing task of finding the best warranty possible, here are a few key things to evaluate when looking at warranties for camera...

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