Formed by two retired police officers with over 25 years of experience as collision reconstruction experts, RoadScan Canada offers not only dash cams for your fleet, but collision reconstruction support services as well.
Cameras start from $199CAD. For fleet purchases, the cost of collision reconstruction support and technical support is included with purchase price.
“As soon as you have a camera in someone’s vehicle, it automatically changes their driving behaviour,” says Lee Hamilton, Director of RoadScan Canada.
According to Hamilton, DHL UK implemented a pilot program to outfit their drivers with dash cams. He claims that the $50,000 pilot program saved the company $250,000 in reduced damage, claims, and other expenses. According to his information, DHL now outfits all their drivers with dash cams and saves between $2.5 million – $3 million a year.
RoadScan also offers bodycams for drivers. These body cams not only can double as dash cams, they also help protect drivers against claims made by customers.
For more information about RoadScan and their products, please visit http://roadscan-canada.
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