What is a dash cam and what does it do?

 A dash cam (short for dashboard camera) is a small camera that records what’s happening on the road ahead (or behind, depending on the model).

Dash cams are designed to provide drivers with peace of mind, leaving them safe in the knowledge that police and insurers can find out exactly what happened in case of a collision and then make a decision on who was at fault.  

Watch our video to find out more about choosing a dash cam.


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