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Vantrue Semi Truck Dash Cam Selection

For the professional driver, a Vantrue semi truck dash cam offers robust performance and reliable recording. Our collection is engineered to meet the unique demands of long-haul trucking, ensuring that every mile on the road is captured with exceptional detail.

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Top-Performing Semi Truck Dash Cam Features

Vantrue's semi truck dash cams are designed with the features that matter most to truckers. Enjoy high-resolution footage, wide-angle views to cover more road, and strong night vision capabilities for round-the-clock clarity — every feature works to enhance your driving experience.

Enhanced Durability for Rigorous Use

Understanding the rigors of the road, our dash cams are built to last. With sturdy construction and resistance to vibration and temperature extremes, Vantrue dash cams provide dependable service, no matter where your route takes you.

Easy to Use on Extended Drives

With user-friendly interfaces and quick-access buttons, Vantrue dash cams are simple to operate, even during those long-haul journeys. The straightforward installation process means you'll be up and running without downtime, keeping your focus on the road.

Additional Safety with Parking Mode

The Vantrue semi truck dash cam lineup includes advanced parking mode features, offering additional security while your truck is stationary. These cameras are on guard when it matters most, providing surveillance and peace of mind during your well-deserved rest stops.

Explore Vantrue's semi truck dash cam collection today and invest in the durability, functionality, and quality that professional drivers deserve. Drive confidently knowing that every aspect of your trip is documented with precision and care.


Where do you mount a dash camera in a semi truck?

Common mounting locations for dash cameras in semi trucks include the windshield, dashboard, rear-view mirror, and headliner/visor. Choose a stable position that provides a clear view without obstructing visibility or distracting the driver.

Do 18 wheelers have dash cams?

Yes, many 18-wheelers and commercial trucks are equipped with dash cams. Dash cams have become increasingly popular in the trucking industry due to their numerous benefits. They provide valuable evidence in case of accidents or incidents, help improve driver behavior and safety, and offer protection against false claims. Dash cams in 18-wheelers help monitor the road, capture critical footage, and enhance overall safety and security for truck drivers and fleet operators.

How much does it cost to put a cam in your truck?

The cost of installing a dash cam in a truck can vary depending on factors such as the brand, features, and installation method. Basic dash cams can be found for around $100, while mid-range options with improved video quality and additional features range from $100 to $200. Advanced dash cams with high-resolution video and advanced features can cost several hundred dollars. It's important to consider any additional accessories or professional installation fees when budgeting for a dash cam.

Which dash cam is best for truckers?

When selecting a dash cam for truckers, consider the following features to ensure optimal performance on the road:

- High-resolution video recording (1080p or higher) for clear footage.
- Wide-angle lenses (140 degrees or more) to capture a broader view of the road.
- GPS tracking to document locations and routes.
- Night vision capabilities for enhanced visibility in low-light or nighttime driving conditions.
- Loop recording and impact sensors to automatically save and protect important footage.
- Durable construction to withstand the challenges of trucking.

As a recommended dash cam brand, Vantrue offers a range of models that incorporate these features and are specifically designed to meet the needs of truckers.