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What size and types of SD cards do you recommend? 2018-02-13T15:34:50-04:00

We recommend the following

• SanDisk Ultra  16GB SDXC

• SanDisk Extreme U46 32GB SDXC

• SanDisk Extreme U46 64GB SDXC

We recommend B&H photo for their wide range of available memory cards and competitive pricing

What happens if the SD card is full? 2015-03-14T14:56:17-04:00

If there is no INCIDENT the camera will purge the oldest video (overwrite).

Can the driver delete an incident? 2015-03-14T14:56:27-04:00

No, the camera has no delete option, the operator will have to use the viewer to delete the incident on the SD card.

What if someone gets into an accident and the battery power was cut off? 2015-03-14T14:56:34-04:00

The camera will record the last minute before the accident as an INCIDENT and will continue to record another full minute after the power dies. The last 2 minutes will be an incident.

 

Will the camera work if the vehicle is off? 2015-03-14T14:56:41-04:00

Yes, the camera has a parking mode, camera can run continuously whether the car is on or off.

How easy is installation? 2015-03-14T14:56:56-04:00

It really depends on what type of camera you choose, the basic product has 2 wires so it is really straight forward. We also have partners in most states that can install your cameras for you.

Do you have any security system that will protect the camera from being tampered? 2015-03-14T14:57:08-04:00

Yes we do. We have a safety shield option that can be purchased separately.  The shield protects the power and the SD card. The shield uses a key that we will provide upon purchasing one.

Why do insurance companies give out discounts if you have a camera? 2014-04-09T05:09:54-04:00

Having a proof of any incident shortens the time of research which means saving time and money for the insurance company. This will also prevent insurance fraud.

Who needs an in-vehicle camera? 2014-04-09T05:09:17-04:00

Any driver should have an in-vehicle camera, in most cases people can get a discount on their insurance company if a camera is installed in their vehicle.

What is a G-Force sensor? 2014-04-09T05:08:19-04:00

A G-Force sensor is a dangerous driving recognition system that records high speed turns, hard braking, rapid acceleration, vehicle impact (to another vehicle, object, animal or human), erratic lane changing.