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RoadHawk launches camera lease options for fleets

RoadHawk has launched leasing options for the purchase of multiple camera systems.

The RoadHawk DC-2 forward facing black box camera system and E-10 Multi camera system become RoadHawk's flagship insurance endorsed cameras to provide evidential video with full supporting data to exonerate drivers and cut the cost of crashes within commercial fleets.

The presence of RoadHawk black box vehicle camera systems, and later analysis of data they capture, can also be used to encourage safer and more fuel efficient driving, while also enhancing driver security.

Responding to the requests from many larger fleet owners, the leasing option provides fleet operators the chance to spread the cost of RoadHawk systems over 2 or 3 years.  Taking into account current tax relief,  the customer will actually save money over the lease period compared to purchase and replacement over the same period.  It also means that at the end of the lease, customers can keep up to date with the latest innovations by replacing the system with the latest product and continuing the lease.

Mark Nelson, managing director at RoadHawk said: "In the ever changing world of vehicle cameras, RoadHawk strives to maintain its market leading force by listening to the feedback from the people who need the best systems available and  constantly improving to meet these demands."

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