Protect Drivers And Cut Claims Cost With SureCam
Improve your fleet safety and reduce your claims costs with easy and affordable front and rear connected dash cams.
- Get the full context of what is going on with your company vehicles with front and rear facing dash cam views
- Leverage the rear dash cam to get a view into the cargo area of your vehicle or use it as a secondary rear road view
- Receive instant notifications and access to HD video when incidents occur
- GPS-enabled for real-time location tracking
How It Works
Connected dash camera technology is the gold-standard for protecting your business from false accident claims.
G-Force or telematics triggered event occurs within your fleet
Video and data is uploaded via cellular connection
Receive instant notification of incident via email or in the SureCam platform
Through the use of a cellular connection, you can be instantly notified and watch high quality video from your front and rear dash cam within seconds of an incident occurring. With SureCam’s dual lens dash cameras, you can get full visibility into cargo areas or rear road incidents while maintaining the privacy of your drivers by not installing a camera facing your driver.
Front & Rear Dash Cam Capabilities
SureCam's front and rear dash camera system can be used to capture dual views while maintaining the privacy of your drivers. Get the protection you need for your business without pushback from your workers.
When you have an unobstructed road view from the rear of your vehicle, the interior mounted secondary camera is often a great option to capture additional footage from your SureCam dash cam system.
The interior mounted rear view is best used to capture:
- The stability and security of hauled cargo during transit
- Work taking place at the rear of the vehicle, often while equipment and supplies are being loaded and unloaded
- Rear-end accident footage
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do businesses choose front and rear camera views over other options?
The front and rear interior mounted dash cam from SureCam is a dual lens system that prioritizes outward facing views of the road. The rear facing view can be used to capture a view of cargo or of the road
There is a lot of flexibility when mounting the interior dash cam, allowing you to capture the exact views most important to you.
What is the difference between the interior mounted rear view and the exterior mounted rear view offered by SureCam?
We offer two rear view dash cam options at SureCam to allow businesses to capture a rear facing view regardless of their vehicle type.
The interior mounted rear view is mounted inside of the cab of the vehicle and positioned to record footage out of a side or rear window to capture a view of cargo. This option works well with fleet vehicles that have rear windows that are not obstructed by trailers or other equipment. Alternatively, the interior mounted rear view camera from SureCam is often used to capture an interior cargo view to monitor equipment and materials inside of company vehicles.
The exterior mounted rear view is affixed to the vehicle body, often at the top, passenger side mirror, or mounted near the license plate depending on the type of vehicle. This option is often used for fleet vehicles that pull box trailers or specialized equipment that obstructs the view from the inside of the cab.
How much does a dual front and rear interior mounted dash camera cost?
What types of fleet management alerts are available through SureCam?
There are a wide variety of fleet management alerts and reports available through SureCam including geofencing-based alerts, curfew alerts, hours driven or miles driven alerts as well as many others. To understand the full range of alerts and reports available through SureCam, it is best to book a demo and see how our platform would be configured for your specific use case.
Can video captured by dash cameras be used for insurance claims and accident litigation?
Absolutely! There is no better evidence than video to speed up the insurance claims process and outright dismiss false accident claims made against your business. In fact, SureCam customers see an average reduction of 62% in claims costs after implementing our technology.
If you would like to dive deeper into the legal perspective of video telematics, you might be interested in this discussion with a commercial motor vehicle accident trial attorney.
How quickly can I access and view video from SureCam dash cameras?
Event Video: This is video that is captured when a g-force or alert-based event takes place. For example, if you want to capture video when harsh brakes or excessive speeding events occur, this is considered an event video. These videos are automatically uploaded to the SureCam platform and available for you to review and download for up to 60 days.
Continuous Video: This is the historic minute by minute video that is recorded while your vehicles are running. SureCam devices come standard with 50 hours of continuous video storage, so after 50 hours of drive time, this video records over itself. You can easily view continuous video from the SureCam platform as long as it is still available on your device.
Real-Time Video: This is optional live video that is available to you while your vehicles are turned on and connected to the cellular network. You must have SureCam LiveCheck enabled on your account to access the real-time video.
Can I view dash cam video from my phone?
Can I access video even if a harsh driving incident did not occur?
What happens to the video if my vehicle is out of range of the cellular network?
What types of safety alerts are available through SureCam?
How accurate is the GPS data provided by SureCam?
How does the monthly subscription program work?
We like to keep things simple at SureCam. That's why we bundle all of your camera hardware, software, and data costs into one affordable monthly subscription agreement.
This allows you to skip the expensive upfront cost of purchasing dash camera technology, eliminate the hassle of owning and replacing aging equipment, and easily change camera views and plans as your business needs change.
How many user licenses do I get with my subscription?
Do SureCam dash cameras come with a warranty?
Now if a camera was lost or destroyed in an accident, a modest replacement fee will apply. We are always happy to talk more about that.
What does customer support look like at SureCam?
Our customer support teams are based in the United States and Great Britain. We provide live support to our customers in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. You can get in touch with the SureCam support team via the phone and email or customers can choose to leverage our self-service support knowledge base.
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