• CCTV for Vans

    CCTV options for vans to secure your fleets with advance features.

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  • CCTV for Taxi and private hire vehicles

    Council approved CCTV solutions complying with the council regulations and standards.

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  • Dash-cams for Cars

    AI Dashcams for cars with ADAS and DMS features, advance AI features for vehicles.

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What Sets Us Apart?

Bespoke Solution

Whether it's a hybrid, electric, or diesel-powered vehicle, our expertise extends to designing CCTV solutions that seamlessly integrate with the specific characteristics of each vehicle.

Dedicated Support

Our commitment doesn’t end at installation. We provide continuous support and maintenance, ensuring your CCTV system operates optimally at all times, offering long-term protection for your business.

Installing CCTV for Taxis, Over 20 years in the UK

Specialised in safeguarding your vehicles with precision, our advanced CCTV systems are designed to align with your council's regulations for UK taxi and private hire security. Featuring high-definition cameras, an integrated audio system, and robust data storage.

Connect with us for personalised solutions and drive confidently with enhanced security

  • Find Your Council CCTV Requirements

    Approved by 40+ councils for the UK. Select your council and look for the best options,which are approved by your council.

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  • CCTV Installation for all vehicles in the UK

    All Installation Charges are included in the product online. Check how the installation is done in your vehicle by your team of installers.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does installation take?

The time needed for installing mobile CCTV systems depends on how complex the setup is and how many cameras are being installed. Generally, customers can expect an installation to take about 2-3 hours on average.

Is It Legal to Install CCTV in a Taxi or PHV?

Yes, installing CCTV in a taxi or PHV is generally allowed. However, specific regulations and guidelines may apply. It's crucial to verify the requirements with your local transportation authority or regulatory body for precise information regarding compliance.

What are the minimum requirements for the council?

The minimum requirements for approval by the council may vary depending on your location and the specific council regulations. Generally, councils may require compliance with certain technical specifications and data storage requirements. Be sure to look on your council website to know the policy regarding your system or phone us and we will help you determine the best way forward.

Will installing CCTV affect my insurance premiums?

Some insurance providers offer discounts for vehicles equipped with CCTV systems, as they demonstrate proactive measures for safety and risk reduction. Contact your insurance provider to enquire about potential premium reductions.

What are the benefits of installing CCTV in my taxi or PHV?

CCTV installation offers various advantages, including enhanced security for both drivers and passengers, deterrence of criminal activities, evidence collection in case of incidents, and potential insurance premium reductions.

How long is CCTV footage typically stored in taxis or PHVs?

Storage duration varies based on local regulations. Generally, footage retention periods range from a few weeks to a month, ensuring availability for investigation or legal purposes.

Are CabCams - installed systems approved by local councils?

Approval of CabCam systems can differ depending on your location. Visit our council page for specific details of your council.

Can I access or review CCTV footage recorded in my taxi or PHV?

Are there specific camera placement guidelines for taxis or PHVs?

Yes, there are recommended camera placement guidelines to ensure optimal coverage without infringing on passenger privacy. Cameras are typically positioned to capture the interior while respecting passenger confidentiality.

How does the process work if I require a system installed before my MOT?

To have a system installed before your MOT (Ministry of Transport) inspection, it's essential to schedule the installation well in advance. This proactive approach ensures that the system is in place and operational before your scheduled inspection date.