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Summary (IA Generated)
Have you ever fallen down the rabbit hole of watching dashcam videos on YouTube? If so, maybe you’ve considered popping a suction mount on your own dashboard so you can start recording video footage while you’re driving.
Drivers are starting to come around to the benefits of having dashcam footage on hand — after all, who wouldn’t want video evidence that they weren’t the one at fault during that fender bender? Some of these devices have both a rear camera and a front camera so you can capture every angle in your video recording.
To help you find the best dashboard camera for your personal situation, I’ve tested most of the five models below and many more, and I took into consideration each dash camera’s price and feature level.
Many of these cameras have their own dashcam app, which makes monitoring and saving video a breeze (no need to invest in a microSD card).