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DriveCam Launches Fleet Certification Program

April 14, 2003

DriveCam Video Systems, a developer of fleet safety technology, recently launched the DriveCam Protected Fleet Certification Program. To become certified, fleets are required to demonstrate that they have properly integrated the DriveCam Driving Feedback System into their fleet operations and driver performance evaluation standards. DriveCam said certified fleets can become eligible for lower insurance costs and other benefits.DriveCam's Driving Feedback System is a fleet safety program that integrates video technology and management software to identify high-risk driving habits. Unusual driving events are collected by a palm-sized video recorder mounted behind the rearview mirror that records what drivers see and hear. Video files can be automatically downloaded to a computer, where specialized software allows managers to view and analyze driving performance. Videos can also be emailed directly to insurance carriers to settle claims.
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