At Bannings, we can supply and install Vehicle Cameras for customers in and around Guildford, Surrey, London, Hampshire and the Home Counties.
Vehicle Cameras having become increasingly popular over the past few years, mainly because of its various benefits. These Vehicle Cameras are mounted on the dashboard of your car, and it is designed to record sounds and images while you are driving. The pure purpose of Vehicle Cameras, is to carefully record every detail that takes place both on the road and inside the car, and it can be used for a variety of reasons. An important feature and function of these affordable Vehicle Cameras is that they can be easily coupled with different on-board technologies, such as our recorders or GPS devices. So, whether you are a business looking to improve driver and fleet performance, or a motorist looking for extra protection in the event of an accident, installing our Vehicle Cameras can be a simple and affordable way to record your all your road journeys. If you are interested in our range of Vehicle Cameras, please feel free to contact us today for a free quotation.
Why should you choose Bannings for their range of Vehicle Cameras?
If you are someone who uses their vehicle often, then it stands to reason that there is more likelihood of an incident. For your protection, we supply a range of high quality Vehicle Cameras. Many often wonder about the benefits of installing a camera, so here are the advantages:
- Companies who run a fleet of vehicles will be able to protect their fleet by equipping them with Vehicle Cameras. Not only will you be able to detect the actions of the other drivers but you can also ensure that your own high standards of driving safety are being applied by your employees.
- The main advantage is that your fleet is protected from any incoming incidents, which can occur wherever. Particularly if you’re driving in highly populated areas. Installing a vehicle camera will mean that any disagreements can be settled much faster, since the evidence is all there and backed up.
- You can reduce induced accident scams as the UK has become a source for illegal scams known as ‘Cash for Crash’ scam or induced accidents. These occur when people purposely break abruptly, forcing the person behind them to drive into them. According to the law, it is always the liability of the car who drives into the other one, which means the scammer can claim insurance for the ‘accident’. Installing a vehicle camera means protecting yourself and making sure this doesn’t happen to you.
All fleet operators will be legally required to install Vehicle Cameras to their Heavy Goods Vehicle as of October 2020 due to a new safety legislation called Direct Vision Standard.
Is your vehicle ready for Direct Vision Standard? As of October 2020, Vehicle Cameras will become a necessity for all Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) due to a new safety legislation called Direct Vision Standard. All goods vehicles over 12 tonnes will require a HGV Safety Permit to drive into Greater London, including vehicles from outside of the UK. This new safety legislation has been enforced by Transport for London (TfL), and is based on a star rating of 0-5. This will indicate how much the driver can see from the cab in relation to other road users around them, in particular vulnerable road users like pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists.
Our Vehicle Cameras will be integrated within our Blind Spot Detection Systems, which consist of cameras, ultrasonic radar sensors and light detection to warn the driver whenever another object enters the blind spot area of their vehicle. So, if you require an installation of one of our Blind Spot Detection Systems, please contact us today on 01483 301500.