Should I get both Front and Rear Dash Cams?
It’s great to have an extra set of eyes on the road, especially in case of an accident.
But do you need both front and a rear Dash Cams?
Having a forward facing dash cam is a great way of capturing amazing videos, whether it’s a stunning countryside on a road trip or maybe a near miss on a tight road. Dash cams are certainly an effective way of recording video evidence.
There's a huge range of things you can do with just the forward facing dash cam.
- Download videos straight to your phone
- Record in the darkest of conditions with Super Night Vision
- Get alerts on Speed Cameras
- Get notified on Lane Departure, Front Collision, Urban Front Collision and Front Vehicle Departure warnings.
Though front cameras don’t always tell the full story.
If you have your car sitting parked and someone damages the back of your vehicle, chances are your front dash cam may not catch the perpetrator.
If you are driving and your vehicle is hit from behind, your front camera may not catch the full story.
Having a rear Dash Cam fitted will add an extra level of security to your vehicle with a full view of any incidents which may occur.
From just another £50 you could have total confidence when driving by adding a rear Dash Cam.
There’s also a number of benefits of having a Dash Cam you may not have known about.
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