A dashcam (dashboard camera) is an onboard camera that attaches to the vehicle's interior windscreen by either a supplied suction cup mount or an adhesive-tape mount. It can also be positioned on top of the dashboard or attached to the rear-view mirror with a special mount. They continuously record the road ahead while the vehicle is in motion. Dashcams often provide video evidence in an event of an accident. Various types of dashcam are available on the market, ranging from basic video cameras to ones which also record parameters such as date/time, speed, G-forces, and location. Roads across the world and never quite as safe as you’d like them to be. In fact, statistics show that there are around 1.3 million people around the globe who die in road crashes each year. That equates to an average of 3,287 deaths a day. No matter how safe a driver you believe yourself to be, there’s always a chance that you may end up being involved in a car-related accident – despite the precautions you take. With a dash cam, you have first-hand evidence of what’s happened, helping you to prove who is at fault for the motor vehicle incident in question. In the event of a crash, drivers and passengers may be shocked and stressed, which is why it’s often difficult to recall what’s happened. With a dash cam installed, crucial details surrounding the accident can be seen. Dash cams play 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 gain peace of mind knowing that you have a dependable, silent companion with you at all times on your journey.
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