A friend of mine posted on Facebook that he was involved in a head-on collision with a drunk teenage driver that seriously injured him and his wife and killed a passenger in the teen’s car. In addition to his injuries, my friend was also dealing with the nagging question of what went wrong, even though the police had pretty much assured him it wasn’t his fault. Fortunately, he had a web camera in his car. After reviewing the footage, he was convinced that he wasn’t to blame. That provided him some psychological relief along with some solid evidence for the police.
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A few weeks before reading his post, I was testing out a Vava Dash Cam in my own car but removed it because I didn’t feel that I needed it. After learning of my friend’s ordeal, I changed my mind.
In the interest of trying out another product, I installed a Drive HD Dash Camera from Cobra. Both are priced at just over $100 and do what any dash cam must do — record what’s taking place in front of the car and save those recordings long enough to review should the need arise. I checked on Amazon and found several other small dash cameras starting at under $50.
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Source:: The Mercury News – Business