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Kelowna Dash Camera and Collision Support Experts
Do you ship internationally?
RoadScan Canada will ship internationally. Additional shipping charges will apply.
How long does shipping take?
Shipping takes approximately five to ten business days, on average, depending on where you reside.
Will I be charged for taxes?
Yes, local taxes will apply.
US citizens are tax exampt.
What forms of payments do you accept?
To ensure security and safety of customer information, RoadScan Canada accepts all major credit cards, PayPal, e-transfers and cheques for all purchases. No credit card information is kept on file without permission for monthly subscriptions.
What are your warranty terms & conditions?
A six-month warranty is included with all RoadScan Canada products, based on proper installation and usage. All warranty claims will be determined by RoadScan Canada Inc.
Misuse of any kind on any product will nullify any and all warranties.
Failing to reformat the sd card could result in a corruption of the camera's firmware which will nullify any and all warranties.
DO YOU PROVIDE DISCOUNTS
Yes. We provide discounts for fleets and departments of all sizes. Please contact us for more information.
We also offer discounts to all Home Inspectors regardless of which association you belong to.
WHAT IS YOUR LEAD TIME
You can expect between 3-14 business days based on stock and availability. RoadScan Canada is not responsible for longer than usual wait times due to manufacturer issues.
SHOULD I RECORD VEHICLE NUMBERS FOR MY GPS UNITS
Yes definitely. Not only will it make it easier to identify your drivers but it will make it easier for billing purposes. All invoices will come with serial numbers of each GPS unit but we will not know which vehicle they belong to.
What is your return policy?
Returns are applicable for all products up to 6 months of purchase contingent on approval by RoadScan Canada Inc. Shipping charges will be paid by the customer with a 10% restocking fee. Please contact us for more information on returns.
Do you provide refunds?
Refunds will be given on applicable products, on purchase price only. Taxes and shipping charges will not be covered.
How much do engineers cost for collision reconstruction?
On average, an engineer can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000. RoadScan Canada has teamed up with Crashtec Canada to offer an affordable and expert alternative. Please contact us for more information, or visit the Collision Support page.
How long will my camera purchase include collision support experts?
As long as you own the camera (for original owners only).
WHAT IF MY CAMERA STOPS WORKING
Locate and press the 'reset' button on the camera. If your camera is a dash cam, try to reformat your SD card as most often it is the card and not the camera. Refer to the manual for further instructions. It is recommended to only use Kingston High Endurance 64gb sd cards for all dash cameras. Warranty will not be covered if these sd cards are not utilized. Verification of reformatting will be required for warranty purposes.
If your camera is a body camera; turn the camera off and then on. No luck? Press the reset button (refer to owner's manual). Should required to move further, locate the reset to default on the menu screen. For further information please contact us and we will get back to you quickly.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I REFORMAT MY SD CARD
You should reformat your SD card once every 30 days to ensure it is working properly
WHAT IF I DON'T REFORMAT MY SD CARD EVERY 30 DAYS
Failing to reformat an sd card could result in your camera's firmware becoming corrupted and making the camera inoperative. An sd card should really only be used for approximately 60 days before being recycled. SD cards are subject to breakdowns like any electronic component and as such should be monitored with regularity.
WHAT SD CARD IS RECOMMENDED FOR USE
A kingston High Endurance Class 10 64gb sd card is our recommended use unless an sd card is provided with your purchase.
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