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Quartix partners with Nextbase to offer dash cam and tracking solution

Quartix is offering dash cams to its tracking customers under a new partnership with Nextbase.

Nextbase 312GW dash cam

Quartix customers who purchase an InfoPlus or Corporate package will receive a Nextbase 312GW dash cam

Effective immediately, all Quartix customers who purchase an InfoPlus or Corporate package will receive a Nextbase 312GW dash cam. The move is intended to further protect drivers while helping to drive down insurance costs.

Quartix Director, Andy Kirk, commented: “We have added significant safety monitoring features over the years, our award winning safe speed database is ground breaking. It’s a logical extension to partner with the UK’s leading supplier of Dash Cams to further improve the safety of the mobile workforce.”

Richard Browning, director at Nextbase, added: “Both Nextbase and Quartix are committed to driving down the high costs of motor insurance, and most importantly, helping British motorists stay safe on the roads. Data is becoming more and more crucial in today’s world and the marriage of our dash cam footage and Quartix’s tracking data ensures that motorists can unequivocally prove that an accident on the road wasn’t their fault.”

The Nextbase Full HD 1080p, 312GW features a 2.7 LED screen and a six-layer glass lens, and offers benefits including inbuilt Wi-Fi, allowing footage to be shared instantly through the Nextbase smartphone app. It also offers a magnetic-powered Click&Go Mount and comes with inbuilt G-Sensor to automatically detect accidents and lock important video files.

Prices for the package start at £15.50/month + VAT for a 36-month contract per vehicle, with other contract terms also on offer.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.