The roads are never as safe as you’d like them to be. In 2010, there were over 1.25 million traffic collision deaths in the world which equates to one person being killed every 25 seconds from car related accidents. Even if you take all the precautions for safe driving, there is always a chance of you getting involved in a motor vehicle accident. In the event of an accident, it is often difficult for drivers to recall the crucial details surrounding the accident due to the shock and stress caused by the event.
A DASH CAM plays a critical role of a reliable witness to protect the disturbed driver from a possibility of unjustified liability. With an in-car dashboard camera, you can rest assured that you have a dependable, silent companion with you at all times on your journey.
With GPS, DASH CAM records your driving history including the speed and identifies the precise location and routes of your vehicle on a map. It also provides the speed and direction of the vehicle at the moment of a collision as well as the direction and severity of the collision for a clear and accurate assessment of the event. You can also trace and review the saved journeys that your car has been on driven by anyone behind the wheel. Based on this information, you can provide the driver with tips on driving and better route choices.
* The above-mentioned features are only available for selected models with a built-in GPS
or when using the optional GPS accessory sold separately.
In this age of gadget overload, the last thing you would want is to worry about turning on yet another electrical device in your car. The DASH CAM automatically powers on and begins its video recording upon starting the ignition of your car, ensuring all crucial details will be captured in the event of an incident.
The DASH CAM also comes with a Format-Free function, allowing unused memory space to be overwritten automatically if the memory card gets full. In the case when an impact is registered, the camera is designed to store the surrounding 20 seconds of the event into a flash drive, allowing the driver to review the footage at a later time.