Best Dash Cam for Semi Trucks

Best Dash Cam for Semi Trucks

Date Time: October 13, 2023
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Author: ROYI

Best Dash Cam for Semi Trucks


Today, we introduce you to the best dash camera for semi-trucks, the newest product developed by YUWEI in 2022. It is also the top-selling dash camera in China for 2023.


   

Fleet Dash Cam with GPS V5

Fleet Dash Cam with GPS V5

The Intelligent Video Telematics V5 is a feature-rich 4G Dash Camera designed forthe video surveillance industry....

Fleet Dash Cam


1. Featuring 1080p video recording, it ensures clear and detailed footage, which is crucial for capturing important details such as license plates or road conditions.

2. Supports wide-angle shooting: a broader view can better cover the front road and capture more surrounding areas, including blind spots and potential accidents.

3. Supports night vision: This feature is especially important for truck drivers who frequently operate in low-light areas or at night. It ensures that the camera can capture clear footage under challenging lighting conditions.

4. GPS function: Built-in GPS in the dash camera is very advantageous for truck drivers. It allows you to track your route, speed, and location information, which is valuable in case of accidents, disputes, or insurance claims.

5. Storage capacity: The dash camera is compatible with different storage options such as SD card. Consider the maximum storage capacity supported by the device and choose the size that suits your recording needs.

6. User-friendly interface: The dash camera has an intuitive and user-friendly interface that makes it easier to navigate settings, view footage, and access important features. Look for a device that has a clear display screen and simple controls.


Truck drivers need "dash cam defense" more than anyone else! Contractors, business owners, or independent individuals, we don't need to tell you, but for you, the risks are much higher compared to typical drivers. Driving is your livelihood, and you shouldn't let an accident ruin your life just because someone else wasn't paying attention. Regardless of whether you own a truck, a dash camera is an essential tool for protecting yourself and your career on today's highways.


We have specifically chosen the following models for all types of large truck drivers: transport vehicles, refrigerated trucks, less-than-truckload transportation, bulk carriers, regional, interstate, team drivers, and more. Dash cameras for truck drivers don't need to be overly complicated. Just attach them to your windshield and plug them into the power socket, and then you can rest assured that you won't be a victim.


If you have an accident, you can use the dash camera on-site to show law enforcement exactly what happened, eliminating any doubts. Your dash camera can also monitor things while you sleep, which is an added benefit.


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Semi Trucks Dash Cam Q&A

Why are fleets using commercial dash cams?

Accidents involving commercial vehicles are becoming more frequent and insurance claims are a time-consuming issue for both drivers and fleet managers. The lack of hard evidence often means companies are automatically liable for false claims, money grabs and losses that currently cost businesses millions of dollars each year.


Yuwei's commercial dash cam is a compact combination camera and recording system that provides evidence in the event of a vehicle accident. These palm-sized devices easily attach to windshields to record the road ahead.

Does the dash cam record video when your car is not running?

When the car is parked or turned off, the AI car camera stays alert and can continue to help your car work safely in low power mode. The onboard camera will "wake up" to record a triggering event, such as detected motion.

How do fleet dash cams work?

Fleet dash cams are usually installed inside vehicles and collect driving data through cameras and other sensors. They record video, sound, GPS location, vehicle speed, and more and store it on the device or in the cloud. These data can be used to analyze driving behavior, map driving paths, replay accidents, and more.

Are fleet dash cams legal?

Fleet dash cams are legal in most regions, but specific regulations vary by country. Some areas may have specific requirements for the use and data protection of the dash cam. It is recommended to consult with the relevant local agencies before installation and abide by relevant regulations.

Can I use a regular SD card for the dash cam?

Almost all dash cams use Secure Digital (SD) cards, but most tend to use microSD cards. Even if your dash cam only supports SD cards, SD adapters allow for the use of microSD cards.

Are there wireless dash cams available?

Wireless dash cams are those that support Wi-Fi connectivity. They can upload footage of your surroundings to cloud storage. If your camera is tampered with during an event, you can view the footage and ascertain the facts. However, this is only effective when the dash cam has an internet connection.

How much does a dash cam cost?

The price ranges from $25 to $300. The cost of a single in-car camera from YUWEI is $25, for quotes on multifunctional in-car cameras, you can contact (hello@Yuweitek.com).
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