Devices with G-force sensors automatically save moments of high G-force, generally during a collision or another impact, and protect these from being overwritten.
Having one installed could help prove what happened or protect you from false claims in the case of a crash.
Some insurers even offer substantial money off your insurance premium if you have a dash cam fitted, too.
This could be useful for building up a picture of exactly what happened in a crash.
G-force sensors: dash cams record on a continuous loop, meaning that footage will be recorded over when the SD card is full.
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GPS: GPS location tracking will allow you to pinpoint your exact location at the time of the crash.
It will also show the route you have travelled, and the speed you were going.
If image quality isn’t high enough, you might not be able to use your footage in the case of an accident to prove you’re not to blame.
All dash cams support at least 720p resolution (1,280 x 720 pixels) and some devices record with a resolution of 1,080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) or even 4K (3,840 x 2,160 pixels).
Alternatively, to help you pick the perfect dash cam for you, you can use our online tool below.