Dash Cams

Dash cams, or dashboard cameras, are gaining popularity among drivers today as evidence for any collisions or incidents on the road. A dashcam is an onboard camera in your car that records events through the vehicle's front windscreen and/or the rear window. They are sometimes referred to as Drive Recorders, DVRs (Digital Video Recorders) or In-Car Cemras. A dashcam continuously records video and audio as well as other information such as location, date and time, and speed. Dashcams are great for providing video evidence in the event of a road accident. Some dash cams can also operate while switched off or when the car is parked, by capturing video and picture evidence if a collision is detected.

DriveSense offers a range of dash cams that provide crisp clear recording and full functionality and connectivity for easy, seamless user experience. Choose from front and rear dash cams, or get a dash cam with GPS and WIFI connectivity. No matter what your preference and budget is, a DriveSense dash cam will surely suit your needs.



Why buy a dash cam?

Having a dash cam for your car is so beneficial now to protect your finances, your time and your personal property. With a dash cam installed in your car, you can prevent dishonest people from taking advantage of you, provide concrete evidence that's far more reliable than eyewitness testimony, accelerate the reporting and processing of an accident, and save you money in damages. In some cases, it can also help to prevent potential spikes in your insurance rate. If your dash cam can help you from one wrongful citation, it'll essentially pay for itself! Its core benefit is really in providing a rock-solid, nearly indisputable alibi.

Having a dash cam installed in the car can also prevent vehicle abuse and misuse such as by employees or even your own kids. Dash cams have also been making waves in the news and social media as more road users use dash cam footage to report bad drivers, dangerous driving, road rage incidents, and even provide proof for accidents that traffic cameras were not be able to get close details of.