Dashcam Regulations In Each State

Navigating the rules about dashcams can be tricky, especially when it comes to the differences in state laws. As you’ll see, some states have very specific guidelines while others are quite open. As a rule of thumb, always make sure that a dashcam does not obstruct the driver’s view. While we have tried to keep this guide brief and accurate, this does not represent legal advice. Read More

Keeping Construction Workers Safe From Vehicle Crashes

Approximately 60% of construction firms that work on highways reported experiencing vehicles crashing into their work zones, according to new data collected from a survey from the Associated General Contractors of America and HCSS. Compare this to the same survey in 2017 where 44% reported motor vehicle crash incidents in their construction work zones. Despite ongoing efforts to curb dangerous driving actions, these behaviors are still rampant and are making the work of construction companies more dangerous and difficult than it already is. Read More

What is the Legality of Fleet Dashcams?

With the prevalence of technology recording everything from conversations, website traffic, locations, photos, and video, the right to privacy in America has taken on a new meaning. Laws written for a more analog era are now being applied to technologies that blur the line between private and public life. This has reignited the debate about Americans’ protections against the harmful use of this new type of information gathering. Read More

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The High Cost of Fleet Accidents — How to Avoid Them & Protect Your Company

One of the biggest challenges you face is knowing how your team and vehicles affect costs and safety in an unpredictable world.

The cost of even one accident with injury or death can be devastating to your business.
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How Dash Cam Technology Protects Your Truck Fleet

A recent survey from J.J. Keller asked fleet managers to identify top contributors essential for an ideal work environment, to which respondents said having drivers that make safety-driven choices was extremely important. 1 Understandably so, since road safety risks are an inherent danger for fleet operators. And with these risks comes an increased likelihood of litigation against the fleet if vehicle crash incidents are to occur. Whitney Somers, an attorney for Cokinos Young whose practice specializations include transportation litigation, has experience in defending trucking fleets. Read More

GPS Trackit Announces Leading-Edge Video Telematics Solution

VidFleet transforms road safety with high-resolution video, edge processing, and real-time in-cab audible alerts.

Atlanta, GA, July 20, 2021 – GPS Trackit, a leading provider of video, fleet, and asset tracking systems, announced today it has launched VidFleet™ – a cutting-edge, connected video telematics system with features that range from a 360-degree view of the road and driver to real-time in-cab audible alerts and the industry’s clearest picture.

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The Telematics Benefits That Matter to Fleet Managers

Telematics and GPS solutions have evolved and adapted to new industry innovations to match the growing needs of fleet managers.

As of 2018, 30-40% of the fleet market was reported to be using a telematics product 1, a percentage that is still continuing to grow as more fleets find these solutions increasingly valuable to their business.

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