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What is Dash Cam?

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Dash Cam

A dash cam is a small camera mounted on the dashboard or windshield of your car, facing the road. You can also have a rear dash camera. It turns on when you start the engine and records your entire trip. Dash cam videos can be time-stamped in a tamper-proof manner, making them a great source of evidence for any type of road incident.

Some dash cams even include a parking mode that starts recording when a crash is detected. If someone knocks on your rearview mirror while parking or crashes your car and doesn’t leave a note, you have a better chance of finding out who is responsible for the damage.

There Are 3 Main Types Of On-Board Cams:

Front cameras see everything in front of you, including the traffic you’re following. They are the cheapest but lack the ability to see what’s going on behind you.

A front and rear (or front and rear) dash cam records the view from the front and back of your car. Many traffic accidents occur at low speeds and are rear-end collisions. Investing in dash cams that offer a dual view can pay off if you’re involved in an accident.

Cabin cameras provide a bird’s eye view of what’s going on inside your car. Often used by taxi companies and car repair shops, this can be useful if you have a car with you or want to monitor your own driving habits.

Why Install A Dash Cam?

You see them on the news, crime shows and some footage that goes viral on social media. And they are becoming increasingly popular with Singapore motorists. Our research shows dash cam ownership has grown from 1% to 15% in just 4 years.

It is an effective way to find out how we and others drive and is useful for determining who is at fault in a traffic accident. And if you break down, the dash cam can act as a GPS tracker that can help emergency services find you.

And if you suspect you’ve been the victim of an accident caused by money fraud, presenting dash cam evidence can help you get proper compensation and prevent it from happening to others. Police already use dash cam videos in their cars, and the footage they capture is often used as evidence when chasing down bad or dangerous drivers.

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