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Dash cams from Northbridge and BlackBoxMyCar
A witness to help defend your vehicles, train your drivers, and improve your business. Dashboard cameras – or dash cams – are no longer rare indulgences. More trucking professionals around the world are counting on the silent support of these cameras that sit on your dash to capture footage of incidents on (and off) the road.
We know the value that dash cams can bring, which is why Northbridge has partnered with BlackBoxMyCar, a leading Canadian dash cam distributor, to offer you their leading technology and high-quality equipment at a great discount. Now you can outfit your vehicles with the dash cams you need to keep your company on track.
How do dash cams work?
As the name implies, dash cams are compact recording devices that are secured to your dashboard or windshield, but they can come in different forms and with different functions.
A camera fixed to the front dash is known as 1-channel. Rear dash cams are also available, and when used with a front dash cam, they make a 2-channel setup. Some cams feature multiple recording modes, or a built-in GPS system that tracks vehicle speed and location.
The camera records the footage and audio on a micro SD memory card in a looping manner, which means the cam overrides the oldest footage when it starts a new recording cycle. This ensures no event is missed, but the memory card needs to be top quality to withstand this constant overwriting.
What can dash cams do for you? More than you might think.
Dash cams can’t prevent a collision, but they could help protect you from legal fallout. Camera footage can provide a clear account of the events leading to a collision, theft, or hit-and-run, and in some cases this evidence can even expedite a settlement. It follows that the more powerful and versatile the dash cam, the clearer you can make your case – choose a cam with advanced features for the best support. Catching an event on video is helpful for a variety of reasons, here’s some other ways it can help.
Ready to outfit your fleet with premium dash cams?
Innovation, support, and savings: here’s what we can offer.
Northbridge specializes in insurance, but that’s not the only way we can help our valued customers. Our extensive network of risk management experts, commitment to innovation, and solid partnerships with industry leaders combine to deliver a comprehensive service that helps protect your bottom line at every point of your professional journey.
Our relationship with BlackBoxMyCar helps us tap into cutting-edge technology to address the ongoing challenges with collision reporting and fair resolution in commercial vehicle claims.
We know needs can differ depending on the type, size, and nature of your fleet of vehicles, but you should never sacrifice function. When selecting your dash cams, you’ll want to consider:
- Product quality: Look for a temperature-resistant model, backed by a reliable warranty and track record. Battery life, storage capacity, G-sensor, and driver notification systems are also worth considering.
- Video quality: Look for a camera that captures seamless footage in high definition, and consider models that offer a high-quality lens for effective nighttime footage.
- Size: Smaller cameras are more discrete, discouraging theft and minimizing visual obstructions that may impede the driver’s view.
- Connectivity: Cameras with built-in GPS capabilities can store driver speed locally, while Wi-Fi- enabled cameras allow for viewing on smartphones and tablets.
Need a single unit? We can help. Need more? You can reap huge rewards if you opt to protect your whole fleet through our dash cam deal. Here’s the level of savings we can offer:
- 10% off orders of less than 100 units
- 12% off orders of 100 to 199 units
- 18% off orders of 200 units or more
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