Ridesharing companies and their drivers provide a smart and convenient answer to some of the 21st century’s most pressing transport problems, but the disruptive nature of the service they provide can present additional challenges.
Placing a computer in a metal box and bolting it to the inside of an excavator, dozer or truck may seem like an adequate approach to upgrading industrial vehicles. The reality as we now understand it, is in fact much more complex.
Where dash cams are legal, no fleet can afford to be without them. They provide an effective deterrent against driver abuse and false claims. They also help to save money efficiently to remain profitable in an increasingly competitive space.
If you regularly catch a taxi or rideshare services, you may have noticed that an increasing number of drivers now use dash cams and even interior surveillance, for some this could be an unwelcome intrusion….
Dash cams can be a bit of a double-edged sword. While accompanied with numerous benefits, such as having evidence in case of an incident or reduced insurance premiums, many countries have been hesitant to adopt these in-vehicle recording devices in order to respect privacy or safety laws.
Today’s drive recorders offer police a mature and feature-rich way to supervise and support officers out on the road. Cloud-connection, real-time video and communication, providing documentation that protects both the police and the public.