Insurance scammers foiled by dash-cam
Don’t get caught out by fake insurance claims – this video shows how brazen some perpetrators have become
FITTING YOUR VEHICLE WITH EQUIPMENT THAT MEETS THE FORS STANDARDS MEANS REAL REDUCTIONS ON YOUR INSURANCE PREMIUMS
Insurance companies know a low-risk proposition when they see it and they are rewarding companies that can demonstrate reductions in collisions and risk reducing measures with reduced premiums of up to 10% and low claims rebates.
A number of leading commercial insurance companies such as Direct Insurance Group and Abaco Insurance Brokers are offering special rates to FORS accredited members.
These advanced policies cover all types of commercial vehicles and offer solutions for businesses operating fleets of all sizes. They provide advice, specifically tailored to each business’ needs, including risk management, policy coverage and the all-important claims management process.
- enhanced cover
- premium reductions
- contributions towards risk management costs (e.g employee training, vehicle telematics and cameras)
- detailed claims analysis and reporting (to comply with the FORS Standard)
- Access to training and bursaries to meet the FORS standards
- Low claims rebates
- Long term agreements
Dashboard cameras can capture misdeeds on the road by other road users, so if you’re caught up in an accident, the footage from the cam can help you prove your case in a shorter time. CKO sells Toshiba SD cards with 128gb of memory which will provide coverage across full shifts on the road.
In helping you park and reducing the chance of damage to yours or other vehicles, your no claims bonus will be protected. People who have installed parking sensors have seen their premiums fall by around 13%. Available for passenger cars, vans and even trucks from CKO.
DVRs and camera kits
With a full kit covering front, rear and side-cams you will be able to provide recorded evidence in the cases of false claims made against you. This cynical phenomenon is on the rise and commercial vehicles are the primary target.