By now, you are already familiar with a dashboard camera or dash cam. This type of camera is commonly seen mounted on the car dashboard; it records images and audio of what’s in front of your car on the road while you’re driving.
Dash cams are fast-becoming not just an accessory but a must-have for every car owner and driver. Here are three reasons why:
1. It provides proof during accidents.
No matter how careful and cautious you are when driving, accidents may still happen. When you find yourself in an accident, your dash cam gives you indisputable evidence as to what happened prior and during the event. This makes it easy for authorities to assess the situation ad determine who’s at fault. Having videos as proof also allows for faster insurance processing.
2. It records the whole trip.
Are you a travel bug who just likes to go on road trip when you have the chance? Your dash camera gives you the best souvenir of your every trip. You can keep records of the scenery you pass during your journey; you can even create a highlight reel for all the trips you took for the year.
3. It’s a convenient in-car gadget.
Handy and easy-to-use, dash cams of today can easily be installed on the dashboard or windshield of your car. All you need is a suction cup or double-sided adhesive, along with a charger.
If you’re looking for a dash cam, you can get the Aukey 170º 1080p Dashcam, which Beyond the Box’s featured product for February. From February 1 to 28, 2019, Beyond the Box gives a 10% discount on the Aukey Dashcam. Now you can buy one for only P4,139 (regularly priced at P4,599).
The Aukey Dashcam comes with a Sony Exmore Sensor that captures super-sharp 1080p video with 170º field of view and optional in-car audio. Its Emergency Recording Mode is activated during sharp turns or sudden stops and automatically captures unexpected driving incidents. The dash cam features an expandable storage of up to 128GB. This camera records around 20 hours of continuous video. Plus, its Loop Recording function allows continuous use by recording over old, unneeded footage.