3 Rock Solid Reasons Why You Should Buy A Dash Cam
By now, everyone has at least heard of dash cams.
They’ve been around for decades, but it hasn’t been until recently that they’ve exploded into the public consciousness.
Dash cams used to be for conspiracy theorists, only the most paranoid people, and police cars.
But they’re everywhere now. Everyone from your grandmother to your 16-year-old cousin is probably driving around with one in their car.
Google “dash cam” on YouTube, and you’ll spend hours and hours watching videos. Besides, it was a dash cam that caught a meteor exploding over Russia.
So, if nothing else, we should get a dash cam on the off chance we’ll record a meteor flying through the skies, right?
However, besides the entertaining videos on YouTube, do they really serve a purpose?
Do we actually NEED to buy a dash cam?
The fact of the matter is they come in handy just about anywhere, and they can save you a lot of headache in certain situations.
Below we’ll discuss three rock solid reasons why having a dash cam is in your best interest.
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1. You Have Indisputable Evidence Of Your Car Accident
If you’ve ever been involved in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you know how hard it can be to prove negligence.
There’s a lot of back and forth “he said she said.” and unless a witness comes forward, it might be impossible to prove negligence at all.
That all changes when you have a dash cam. This is the main reason why millions of people have invested in dash cams.
They can more than pay for themselves if you ever get in a car accident.
Dash cams start recording as soon as you turn your car on, and provide real-time, efficient, straight to the point proof in the event an accident occurs.
To prove negligence by the other driver, all you have to do is present what your dash cam recorded as evidence.
At that point, your case, if it even makes it to a judge, will be as open and shut as it can be.
Now you’re guaranteed that the negligent party is responsible for the repairs to your car and any medical bills you may accumulate.
Having a dash cam is the strongest and most efficient way to defend yourself in the case of a car crash.
It’s better to have one and never actually need it than to need it and not have it.
2. They Can Help Prevent Fraud
Insurance fraud has become almost as prevalent as dash cams.
Maybe that’s part of the reason dash cams have become so common.
Not only does insurance fraud affect insurance companies on a large scale, but it takes a toll on honest drivers as well.
Insurance fraud is when someone purposefully causes a car accident so they can place the blame on the other party to extract money from them.
In addition to extorting the innocent victim who has no way of proving his innocence, they will also fake injuries in order to collect insurance money from their insurance company.
It’s not uncommon for them to demand hospitalization and even compensation for their “pain and suffering.” Not all pain shows up on x-rays or tests, so the scammers are able to get away with their lie and prevent fraud.
Having a dash cam can prevent this fraud from ever happening. By installing your dash cam and recording everything that happens, you can prevent scammers from illegally extorting money from you.
Don’t let these kinds of people take advantage of you. Invest your money in a dash cam that will keep you safe from scammers.
It’s better to spend your money on a dash cam, rather than paying for an accident that wasn’t your fault.
3. They Prevent Parking Accidents
Even for the most seasoned drivers, parking can sometimes be a nightmare through no fault of our own.
Have you ever returned to your car after grocery shopping to find a huge dent in your driver side door that you’re sure wasn’t there when you left it?
Do your neighbors ding your car every time they leave for work?
A well-positioned dash camera can efficiently record vandals who try to break into your car, as well as the people who damaged your car without the intention of doing so.
This is especially useful if you leave your car unattended in public spaces on a regular basis.
Most dash cams today can be programmed to stay on throughout the day and night without you having to leave your engine running.
In addition to this, the dash cam can also be operated remotely from your home with the ability to send all the data to your computer or smartphone.
Dash cams are designed to give car owners the peace of mind whenever they leave their car unattended in a public space.
You’re Buying Peace Of Mind When You Buy A Dash Cam
Unless you think we all live in a perfect world, and you’ll never be involved in a car accident, no one will ever try to extort you out of your hard earned money, and there’s no chance someone ever tries to break into your car, you should buy a dash cam.
A dash cam is a great investment that is very cost effective that could save you thousands of dollars down the road.
The next time someone runs a red light and hits you, but blames you for the accident, you’ll be able to prove them wrong.
If a pedestrian ever jumps out in front of your car and tries to tell a judge that you ran him over on purpose, you’ll have evidence that he’s lying.
And when you come out to your car after shoe shopping, and your driver side mirror is on the ground instead of attached to your car, you’ll be able to find out who did it.
So, invest in a dash cam, you’ll be happy you did.
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