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In-Vehicle Video Surveillance Camera Recorders for Federally Funded Program Oversight

In the early days of vehicle video surveillance camera systems, most of the applications were on Armored Cars and School Bus Video Camera Surveillance applications as that is where the highest risk was perceived.
Over time the recognition of the management tool provided by having video sequential expert digital witness evidence in the form of video files has caused their widespread adoption in a wide range of vehicle transportation industries.


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Why The Need For In-Vehicle Video Camera Recorders

Many Fleet Managers of private passenger fleets, as well as Fleet Directors of larger public vehicle fleets, share the same management need to be able to provide oversight and risk management and ensure compliance and safety standards or protocols are met in the transport of passengers in their fleet vehicles.
What separates those fleet managers of vision and wisdom when things go wrong can often be the mechanisms they instituted in the process early on to provide a clear record of events and incidents in case things go wrong, so that management can provide a thoughtful review and, in some cases, a valid liability defense depending on what happened.

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Medicaid Patient Shuttle Vehicle Transport Safety Camera

The federal government offers to fund many federally mandated or supported programs operated at the state level by the state or by private service providers. Those who accept these federal funds must follow the guidelines set for the funding to be granted.

In addition to following those federal guidelines, it is often helpful to have the ability to prove you are following those guidelines, and sequential video documentation of the transportation process can be extremely helpful when claims are made that your transport violated those federal mandates and guidelines.

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Why Waterproof DVRs for Onboard Vehicle Video Camera Surveillance Recording system?

Some applications in the Fleet Vehicle Mobile Video Camera market are more challenging than others. Different parameters of operation often require different levels of equipment design and protection. What follows is information for those operational environments that are detrimental to the proper operation of a Fleet Vehicle Video Camera System and a brief discussion of why many of these varied applications can benefit from a fully environmentally sealed DVR, Camera, and Monitor-based mobile video camera observation system.


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Vehicle Video Surveillance Cameras Digital Expert Witness Evidence Can Change Driver & Passenger Behaviors

Behaviors tend to change when verifiable indisputable Digital Expert Witness Evidence in the form of high definition Vehicle Video Surveillance Cameras are available that makes them accountable for their bad behaviors. False claims can be disproven and true claims can be verified when you have an unbiased, non-prejudicial, Digital Eye Witness Expert Witness in the form of video evidence that is date and time stamped.


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Cannabis Transport Vehicle Security Camera DVR

As those incompetent, alcoholic, misrepresenting, lifelong government-subsidized relics in congress take baby steps to enact the removal of Cannabis from federal drug regulations, the sale and marketability of cannabis products will accelerate rapidly, as this market has an unbelievable demand that only a few states have enacted legislation to accommodate a means to supply those customer demands to purchase these products.
 
Transporting a highly regulated product that is federally regulated under the guidelines of state government guidelines can be a complex and problematic endeavor at best.
Cannabis Transport Vehicle Security Camera Recording systems can add a level of security in their sequential digital, verifiable, expert witness video evidence when needed.

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Common Q & A of Vehicle Video Camera Surveillance Systems Part 2

This is part 2 of a 3-part Common Q & A that addresses potential customers’ concerns about the Hardware and Accessories of a Vehicle Video Camera Surveillance System, prior to their purchase.
Knowledge is power and the best way to ensure customers get the best value for their investment is to provide them with the information and knowledge to make good decisions.
Asking questions is how you learn, not watching some slick marketing emotional hook video provided by the company trying to separate your company funds for a fat profit margin on their accounts.

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Common Q & A of Vehicle Video Camera Surveillance Systems Part 1

Fleet owners and fleet management professionals share common concerns regarding the daily and annual performance of their fleet vehicle drivers.
Because they share the same concerns, both are seeking a means to monitor, verify or dispute actual or reported events that others may report to them regarding their fleet vehicle drivers.
The ability of the vehicle fleet owners and management to perform proper oversight and management duties on their Fleet vehicle drivers may be the difference between effective vehicle fleet management and unnecessary risk that can lead to irrep[rtable damage to the company due to accidents, property damages or loss of life in future mishaps that could have been avoided.

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Dangerous Driving Fleet Safety Camera

Ask yourself; do you really know what your fleet vehicle drivers are doing while they operate your company vehicles on the roads?

The reality is with no management oversight and no monitoring equipment in place, the first time you may realize your fleet of vehicle drivers are dangerous is when you are notified they had a crash. By the time most fleet managers realize they have a problem, it is too late to prevent the accident or incident that called their attention to the problem. By then, the damage may already be done, and the personal injury, property damage, or litigation lawsuit may already be a fait accompli.

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