January 02, 2017

1. Driving Accidents

Getting into a car accident is one of the worst experiences imaginable. If no one is seriously injured, then the blame game starts. "You cut me off!" "You shouldn't have braked so hard!" "I'm calling my lawyer!". Installing a dashcam can prevent many post-accident legal headaches by recording the facts.

2. Parking Accidents

Sometimes the most dangerous place for your car is a parking garage. The car next to you might scrape yours when pulling out, or even worse, your ride could get vandalized. Since many are battery operated, you can leave these cameras on while you're away.

3. Insurance Fraud

Getting involved in an accident with a pedestrian is one of my worst fears. And believe it or not, there are people out there purposefully run into traffic in order to get hit by a car.With video evidence like this, you'd actually stand a chance in court if someone tried to pull a fast one on you.

4. Showing Off Your Driving Skills

Dashcams don't have to be used for crashes, scuffles, and fender benders. Occasionally these car-ready cameras record some pretty unbelievable footage and others sheer driving skills.

5. Documenting Your Road Trip

Some of the best vacations I've taken have been road trips. What begins as a means to get from Point A to Point B often turns into an unforgettable journey. You always end up finding something weird, exciting, or both on the way—something that you never planned for.

6. Capturing the Unexpected

If you own a dashcam, it's probably wise to use pretty much 24/7. While the prime motivator is your own safety and legal protection, you can also capture some pretty unbelievable footage just by keeping these cameras powered on. There are plenty of videos of this spectacular events. Perfect example was the Russian meteor that enters the earth's atmosphere and soars past the landscape.


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