How to If you're looking for piece of mind from accidents, break-ins, and dangerous drivers on the road, then a dash cam is a must-have. But what features should you look out for?
Buying Guide Dash cams offer peace of mind to drivers by capturing video or accidents, dangerous driving, and attempted break-ins. But which is the best dash cam available today?
Review The Thinkware Q800 Pro dash cam may not have a LCD screen, but it still includes every safety feature you could think of, plus a few you might not even have thought about before.
Review The Boscam R1 Dash Cam hooks over your existing mirror to provide a much wider view, with the dash cam built in. You also get a rear-view camera that is actually a reversing camera.
Review The AUKEY DRS2 only offers Full HD resolution, but there’s a second detachable Full HD rear-facing internal camera included.
Review The Vantrue N2 Pro dash cam combines front and rear-facing cameras into one unit, so you can capture the road ahead and what’s going on inside the car simultaneously.
Review The Apeman C860 bundles a rear dash camera along with excellent front camera. It may not be packed with features, but the price is very affordable.
Review The Nextbase 422GW dash cam combines excellent 2.5K video with a robust build and clever magnetic mount system, then throws in Amazon Alexa control ability as a bonus extra.
Review The Garmin Dash Cam 66W incorporates a range of useful safety features for drivers, and has reliable voice control as well, alongside 2.5K video recording.
The Nextbase 612GW combines class-leading 4K recording with a built-in GPS to simultaneously capture location, providing the best dash cam video quality.