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The Importance of Dash Cams for Capital Pumping

 

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Dash cams may be important especially if your work involves time on the road. Today we had the opportunity to chat with Ruben Gomez, Safety Director from Capital Pumping on how dash cams have been beneficial to their company. Capital Pumping located in Texas, started in 1971 and has been providing highly trained operators, experienced mechanics, and the highest quality equipment. Many incidents were happening, and the company did not have a tool to record the incidents that were being reported. With 130 trucks, driving all around Texas it can be hard to keep track of what is happening on the job site and the road.

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In order to promote safety, Capital Pumping researched different types of dash cams on the market and eventually set their sights on the Papago GoSafe 30G. What really made this model stand out was the maximum support of the microSD card and the quality of video. Once they were fitted into the trucks, Ruben raved about the GoSafe 30G in quality in video and sound, size, capability, and the maximum support of the microSD card. He stated that it was an easy installation and it ran perfectly for a long period. The concrete trucks are running up to 10-13 hours per day and the 30G was able to capture footage for the workday. It was incredibly important for them to have a loop recording feature, have up to 13 hours of recording, and the clarity of video during nighttime, which the 30G was able to provide.

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            In a situation where having a dash cam, it really came in handy when a worker tripped while on the job site and made claims to the company in order to get workers compensation. With dash cam footage of what really happened Capital Pumping was able to have hard evidence of the event that occurred and finding out that the workers claim was false. In several vehicle accidents, the dash cam has also been a vital tool in showing that they were not at fault.  You’ll never know when you need a dash cam for insurance purposes and to allow you to drive with peace in mind.

What to expect from PAPAGO! at SEMA 2018!

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LA, October 2018 – This year at SEMA you can expect to see some of our newest dash cameras in the GoSafe line! Designed with safety in mind, Papago will introduce the GoSafe 366, the GoSafe S10Wifi, and the GoSafe B10. All three dash cameras are created with user friendliness in mind to create the best possible experience for the modern driver.

GoSafe 366is a dual dash cam that features a 3.5” touch screen to give users easy access on users. Consumers have been asking for Wi-Fi connectivity through their dash cam so data can easily be received and transported and have real-time live view, so we brought in this new feature. When the car is parked the dash cam will be able to record 24/7, so your vehicle is always being surveyed. If the dash cam detects any motion it will begin to record. To make things even better this dash cam has anti-corruption technology so that users will no longer need to reformat their SD card periodically and store more footage that will support up to 256GB.

GoSafe S10Wifi – is a small and discreet dash cam that does not feature a screen. This is great for drivers who does not want to obstruct their view and still record everything on the road. To view and transfer footage users will be able to easily access it through Wi-Fi connectivity.

GoSafe B10 – What is great about the GoSafe B10 is that it’s a dual dash cam but set in one device making it quick and easy to set up. The dash cam records in the front and inside the cabin of the car. This also features the Sony Exmor sensor so recordings will be clear day and night.

               Papago Inc. is years ahead of its competition when it comes dash cam firmware, features, and quality. To see for yourself, visit us at North Hall, Booth # 12049 at the 2018 SEMA Show.

Why it’s Important for Uber, Lyft, and Rideshare Drivers to Have Dash Cam

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Transportation services like Uber, Lyft, and Rideshare have become increasingly important and popular in this modern age for people to get around. While many of these services are readily available, there are many risks for the driver who is providing these services. Some of these risks include car accidents, unruly passengers, and fraudulent claims. Since drivers never know who they are picking up each time, it’s always best to be safe and place a dash cam in their car when driving.

Here are some cases where incidents has happened to drivers.

With technology becoming more prevalent in our daily lives, getting a dash cam has become more accessible and affordable for everyone. It’s important that drivers protect themselves with a dash cam. If you are not familiar with what a dash cam is, it’s a camera placed on the windshield that records video and audio when driving. With a dash cam the driver is protected by this witness in any accidents or incidents. The recorded footage will give evidence of what happened before and after an incident.

We are here to make it easy to find the right dash cam for your car. If you constantly have passengers in your car for work the GoSafe S810 or the GoSafe S780 maybe be the perfect reliable dash cam for your vehicle. Both of these cameras have a front and rear camera. They are also amazing in low light environments because of the SONY Exmor and Starvis sensors that are parts of the camera. You can place the rear camera on your front windshield to face inside your car, so you’ll be able to see what’s happening inside your car at all times. Even if you don’t need the rear camera recording inside your car, you can face this camera facing your rear on your rear windshield to record what is happening behind your vehicle. With a dash camera in your car you’ll be more safe and have peace in mind if anything ever happens to you.

Check out the full specs to see which dash camera is better for you!