Installing A Dashcam Is Super Simple And Could Save You A Fortune

Dash cams are becoming so commonplace nowadays that one only needs to look at Russia as an example of just how useful they can be, capturing footage of all manner of minor and serious crashes.

Having a little camera affixed to your windscreen and even your rear window can prove vitally important in some jurisdictions if you ever end up in court after a crash as it provides irrefutable details about who was or wasn’t responsible.

If you don’t have a dash cam then you might want to get one. Thankfully, they’re getting more advanced, while become more affordable in price and relatively easier to install.

As demonstrated in this clip by the boys at Mighty Car Mods, dash cams come in all different forms, from ones with inbuilt batteries to others which can be hardwired into the car, ensuring that they are always on when the vehicle is operating. What’s more, some can draw on power from the battery when the car is turned off to capture video of any accidents which could happen when stationary.

If you’re looking for an affordable way to help protect your pride and joy, a dash cam is one way to go.


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