•  Dashboard cameras are also known as dash cams, car cameras, in-car CCTV and dashcams

  • Dash cams are becoming very popular as a means of recording accidents or crash for cash incidents, thereby reducing your insurance premiums
  • Here is a quick guide to help you decide to buy a dashcam

Features of a dashboard cameras

  • An in car camera or dashcam is a small camera that continuously records picture throughout your journey, providing a complete recording of your travels. Some of our Ring cameras are fitted with infra-red sensors allowing for night-time footage as well as GPS to track your journey on Google Maps.

  • Crash-4-Cash and personal injury claims are rife in the UK and it is estimated that £400million was paid out last year for false insurance claims thereby increasing car insurance premiums as a result. Some insurers will accept Dash Cams recordings as evidence in claims – eee BBC News snippet BBC NEWS Lower Premium

  • Simple to install and discreet, the cameras can starting recording as soon as the engine starts and are powered by either the 12V DC or a battery. The recording is stored onto a memory card.

Reasons to buy a DashCam

  • Prevent Crash-4-Cash by recording minor incidents and collisions

  • Have a record of your accident with proof who was responsible for the car crash and expedite your claim

  • Improve your driving by reviewing how you drove, how your braked and how close you got to other vehicles

  • Review your teenage children’s driving skills by feeding back the recording when they are learning to drive

  • Keep an eye on your unattended vehicle – some of our Ring cameras activate on motion

  • Capture unexpected events

  • Challenge motoring offences with recorded proof of an incident