There are many good reasons for drivers to install a Drive Recorder system in your vehicle.
Whether you are a private car user, taxi driver, road haulage driver or a fleet manager
looking to cut running costs, there are many reasons to consider installing such a device in your vehicle.
• Provides irrefutable evidence in the event of a road traffic accident.
• In a no fault accident it can potentially save the excess costs on the driver’s policy which could typically
by £250 for private cars or up to £1000 for HGV vehicles. • Reduces the time taken to settle a claim.
• Saves protracted lengthy claims when no evidence is available.
• Proven reductions in unsafe driving behaviour
• Has been proven to modify driver behaviour.
• Reduces fleet costs and ensures drivers are abiding by company rules.
• Can be fitted in minutes by any user, or fitted professionally.
• A single memory card can hold days of video and GPS data and specific events
• GPS Data clearly shows vehicle speed before, during and after any event or accident.
• GPS Mapping overlay using Google Earth shows exactly where the vehicle has been.
Insurance benefits –
Cheaper Insurance for Vehicle Drivers
In light of the recent EU ruling regarding sex discrimination regarding car premiums, insurance
companies are now saying that they will have to evaluate risk based on “Black Boxes” or more commonly referred to as Driver Recorders.
Insurance companies know that by cutting the number and cost of accidents means lower premiums for all.
By installing BlackVue will result in reduced claims costs if involved in a no fault accident. Some insurance companies now offer substantial discounts for drivers that have these products installed within their
The BlackVue will give the exact time and location of any incident as well as displaying high quality video footage of the view through the windscreen and the speed at which a vehicle was travelling. This makes BlackVue the irrefutable source of evidence in insurance claims, including any staged accidents referred
to as ‘Crash for Cash’ incidents.