One of our goals is to give our customers the best possible experience when using our service – also regarding road safety. We are doing a pilot project with dashcams (in-car cameras) in 20 of our cars (Peugeot e-208 and BMW 1 Series) from Autumn 2022 up to and including March 2023. The 20 cars are marked with a sticker on the side window of the driver's seat with information that the car is equipped with cameras.
We've equipped the cars in the project with two cameras that record out of the car's windshield and rear window. The two cameras record without sound and only externally – the car's cabin is not recorded.
The project aims to investigate and reduce incidents that may pose road safety risks. All data on the cameras is continuously overwritten unless an incident that could pose a traffic safety risk occurs. In such cases, a video clip showing 10 seconds before and after the incident is saved. An incident is defined as either heavy braking, a sharp turn, a collision or driving over 160 km/h. Video clips are stored for a maximum of 12 months unless more extended storage is necessary in connection with the processing of an ongoing case.
The recordings from the camera will be used for internal processing of cases in the event of gross violations of the Traffic Act and documentation in insurance and claims cases. In specific instances, we may share the recordings with our insurance company, Gjensidige Forsikring.
If you have questions about the project, please contact our customer center at firstname.lastname@example.org.