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A dash cam can save you in more ways than one. Ranging from incident disputes, insurance claims, vandalism and random car damaging events. 

Dash cams can help you settle disputes. Although insurance companies don't offer a specific 'dash-cam discount', they strongly encourage their use and customers to provide footage as evidence if they are making a claim.

Surveys have proven that you will likely become a safer driver after you install a dashcam, so although they are typically purchased to avoid other drivers, they can help the safety of your drivers (likely due to accountability).


What are the key differences between dash-cams

Various dash cams have different features, dependent typically on price point. Entry-level dash cams will be easily installed but may limit the quality of the footage and the field of view (FOV). Hard-wired dash cams are more challenging to install but can allow for high video quality in low-light areas and a GPS. If you are looking for a high-quality, hard-wired dash cam, then the Uniden Dash View 30 is a fantastic option.

Are dash cams easy to install?

Most dash cams are incredibly easy to install and can be set up in minutes. After an easily installed dash cam? The Uniden IGO CAM 40 Full HD Smart Dash Cam is a great option. All of our dash cams come with an easy-to-follow instruction manual.

Where to mount a dash cam?

The best place to install a dash cam is high up on the windscreen, as this maximises the amount of visibility the camera will have. A good place is behind the rear-view mirror to avoid obstructing visibility.

Are dash cams legal?

Dash cams are 100% legal if used in your vehicle. They become illegal if you install them in a car or on premises that are not your own.