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Trakm8 Prime expanded to include dash cams

SMEs using the Trakm8 Prime vehicle tracking solution can now add RoadHawk dash cams to their package to bring added security as well as the chance to save on insurance premiums.

Installing a Trakm8 Prime device is quick and easy, the company says

Installing a Trakm8 Prime device is quick and easy, the company says

Launched late last year, the solution can be bought online with no need to deal with a sales person while the tracker unit can be self installed, meaning no installation or removal fees and keeping vehicle downtime to a minimum.

The inclusion of dash cam technology – which can also be self installed – brings further benefits, including the ability to cut insurance premiums by up to 10%, with some brokers now offering discounted insurance premiums to firms that fit dash cams to all company vehicles.

The RoadHawk DC-2 HD GPS Dash Cam also includes the exact data and time an incident occurred, as well as vehicle speed and precise GPS location, to provide police evidence.

The DC-2 features full 1080p video recording, gyro-balanced image stabilisation and a high-quality sensor to record footage in low-light scenarios. A G-Force sensor triggers the creation of an event file in the case of a collision or a near-miss, giving users quick and easy access to the footage.

Trakm8 Prime Protect, the combined package of the RoadHawk DC-2 dash cam and Trakm8 Prime, is priced at £23.99 or less per vehicle, per month. Alternatively, Trakm8 Prime is available as a stand-alone product, priced at £12.99 or less per vehicle, per month.

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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.