"The data gathered in this study clearly demonstrates the benefits of DriveCam to fleet operators and the insurance industry," said Bill Lindsay, vice president of HRH.
"In addition to reducing the frequency of claims, the use of DriveCam in these fleets has now been proven to reduce the severity of claims and the resulting repair costs." DriveCam
uses video technology to record what drivers see and hear during unusual driving incidents.G-forces caused by activities such as hard braking, acceleration, harsh cornering or collisions trigger DriveCam
to save a driving event for later viewing.As part of a complete Driving Feedback System, it is used by commercial fleets to monitor, track and improve driving performance.DriveCam's digital recording allows fleet managers to easily view an event on a TV, camcorder or personal computer.