Australian Dash Cams
Four reasons why dash cams are important
Evidence of a Car Accident
If you are unfortunately involved in a car accident, the dash cam will have captured everything. In case of a car accident, general public and police often jump to the conclusion that the driver is at fault. With a dash cam installed in your vehicle, you can defend yourself and prove that it was not your fault and if there is a court trial, you can send the video tape as evidence.
When it comes to traffic and vehicles, insurance fraud is one of the most common problems nowadays.
Some drivers deliberately cause an accident and then blame the other driver to extort money.
You can prevent scammers from illegally extorting money from you by carefully installing the dash cam in your car and recording all the events.
Parking can be a nightmare, particularly for novice drivers who have a tendency to accidentally scratch other vehicles while they are trying to park theirs.
Some latest dash cams offer ‘parking mode’ feature which turns the car camera into a surveillance camera whenever your car is parked up.
If a driver damages your car and then drives away, you will have the proof in form of video evidence of him/her doing this.
With a dash cam, you will be able to capture things that you least expect too.
you may catch a rockslide that damages your vehicle, a kangaroo jumping out in the road damaging your vehicle, or a tree from your neighbour’s house that falls on your vehicle during a storm.
With those events captured and stored in your dash cam, you may save yourself from a surcharge by showing your insurance company what brought about your claim.