Crash for Cash’ and staged accidents
Fraudulent personal injury and whiplash claims
50-50 and ‘knock for knock’ outcomes
Conflicting statements of events
Lack of credible witnesses
Provides accurate video, speed, time & date, G-force and location
Up to 1080p full high definition video resolution
Allows claims to be settled more effectively and efficiently
Eligible for use in court to exonerate driver of any blame
No subscription or on-going costs
Zero maintenance once fitted
120 degree field of view, offering wide angle, distortion free video
Proven to improve driver behaviour - wear and fuel costs
Continuously records journey and saves impact data separately
Easy to self-fit or UK wide approved fitting service available
Simple to view and send video files
Full 2 year warranty and UK based customer support
‘Knowing the uncertainty & conflicting reports a motor vehicle accident causes and seeing first-hand how the evidence from them can be used in court, modern ‘Black Box’ video dash cameras are an essential technology for any driver wanting to protect themselves whilst out on the roads.
The video and supporting data reputable systems capture have allowed us to resolve road traffic incidents efficiently and effectively, particularly in the absence of reliable witness statements. We were able to convict a cash for crash syndicate, following a staged accident caught on a RoadHawk camera and the evidence from such cameras is proving invaluable in putting a stop to fraudulent insurance and personal injury claims (which cost the UK insurance industry millions of pounds each year) as well as offering a true factual account of events leading up to an accident, meaning innocent drivers are mitigated of blame’.
Steve Rounds AMSOE, AMIRTE Police Constable 5610, CMPG Trainer, All Party Parliamentary Group for Freight Transport, British Transport Advisory Consortium, National Secretary to Operation Stammtisch, Secretary to Midlands Roads Policing Regional Strategic Group, ACPO Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Group, Central Motorway Police Group
1: Choose an area towards the top of the windscreen behind the rear view mirror for the camera to sit.
2: Clean the screen with some glass cleaner and allow to dry.
3: Peel the adhesive backing away from the camera mount and place firmly on the screen.
4: Leave the mount to bond for a few minutes.
5: Use the supplied adhesive cable clips to route the power cable neatly around the windscreen. In some vehicles you might be able to push the cable in to the gap between the rubber and the screen to completely hide the cable.
6: Run the cable around the side of the dashboard and underneath towards the cigarette lighter socket. Use the cable tie to hide any remaining cable behind the dash.
7: Attach the camera to the mount and face it forwards. Keep the camera as level as possible.
(in a Truck or Bus, aim the camera slight down)
8: Plug the power cable in to the camera.
9: Plug in the cigarette lighter plug.
10: Start driving with RoadHawk total video and data protection.
Now you have the RoadHawk camera installed, it will start to work when you next start driving.
If you have installed the RoadHawk camera correctly then it should be quite well hidden.
View from behind with the RoadHawk camera hidden behind the rear view mirror.
If you still prefer to have your camera fitted then we would recommend contacting a local auto electrician installer.
It's a simple job and the cost will be from £30.00.
We have many approved installers around the UK: RoadHawk Dash Camera Approved Installers