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On-board safety cameras can cut insurance claims costs

Aug. 19, 2013
Isotrak Inc has expanded its product offering with an on-board safety camera system to help protect users against fraudulent insurance claims, among other benefits.

Isotrak Inc has expanded its product offering with an on-board safety camera system to help protect users against fraudulent insurance claims, among other benefits.
Available as a standalone unit or integrated with ATMSi, Isotrak’s fleet management system, the on-board safety camera provides recordings of a vehicle’s activity It provides vital, accurate, court-admissible evidence that, in the event of an accident, can cut insurance claim costs by as much as 50% and protect operators against malicious and false claims.
Safety cameras also capture data to help drivers and operators reduce speeding events, reduce accident rates, and lower accident costs.
When the camera is integrated with ATMSi, users receive real-time event alerts, thus allowing for prompt investigation into a vehicle and driver’s activity. For a small service fee, this is combined with all the added features of ATMSi’s fleet management systems, including:
•Reducing fuel costs
•Improving driver behavior
•Monitoring driver scorecards
•EOBR, HOS, and DVIR compliance
•Job management—plan vs actual
When sold independently of ATMSi as a standalone unit, safety cameras come with multiple benefits. As a one-time hardware purchase, there are no recurring fees and the cameras provide quick return on investment by helping fleet operators:
•Lower insurance claims costs
•Minimize insurance premiums
•Protect against fraudulent insurance claims
•Lower accident rates
•Mitigate accident costs
•Reduce the number of incidents
For more information, see www.isotrak.com.

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