You don’t have to be a daily commuter to know it’s a jungle out there on our nation’s highways and byways. Speeders, road ragers and bad drivers of all kinds seem to have taken over the roads. Where are the cops when you need them?
But you can fight back. Besides driving defensively, you can take other steps to help protect yourself, your family and your passengers as well as your vehicle, other vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists.
Modern technology has created a variety of gadgets and gizmos that can help you drive safer and smarter. Every car should be equipped with dashcams and backup cameras. Not only can they help prevent accidents, but in our litigious society, they can also provide solid evidence in court should someone cut you off, bash into you and then claim it’s your fault.
You’ll discover all kinds of car dashcams and backup cameras here at OnlineCarStereo.com. We carry top-of-the-line dashcams from all the best brands, like Kenwood, Alpine, Pioneer and many more. Both universal and vehicle-specific cameras are available, and you can get a 360-degree multi-view car camera, too. Our rearview cameras are available with a variety of mounting options, including the rearview mirror, side mirror or suction cups that let you attach them just about anywhere. We have wired cameras as well as wireless backup cameras for the ultimate easy installation.
Yes. They provide visual proof of accidents, and they can be used as evidence for police and insurance purposes.
A dashcam with Wi-Fi lets you connect a smartphone and directly transfer the footage so it can be reviewed anywhere. Also, Wi-Fi allows for GPS tracking, which provides further information such as your speed and location.
Yes, you can, if the backup cam is a universally fitting camera. There are also OEM-fitment cameras to better match certain vehicles.
A 32GB memory card holds up to four hours of video recording at 720HP quality. Lowering the video quality lets you hold more footage but reduces the detail and makes it less useful.
Yes. They are directly connected to the car’s internal power supply, so the dashcam starts whenever you start the car.