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What Dashboard Cameras Reveal About Crashes

It only takes a second for a car crash to occur. Imagine that you were driving along the road normally one minute, and then suddenly another car rammed into yours. Accidents sometimes occur suddenly and violently, making it difficult to remember details or establish fault. Although credible witnesses are sometimes necessary, they are not always accessible. In other countries, it is becoming regular practise to equip vehicles with dashboard cameras (dashcams). In spite of this, they have not become popular in the United States.

If you have been injured owing to another driver’s carelessness, these gadgets may prove invaluable in establishing fault and securing the compensation you deserve. 

Discuss about your case evidence with your Atlanta motor vehicle accident attorney.

In other words, what exactly is a dashboard camera?

An automobile dashboard camera, or dashcam, is a little video recorder that is fixed in place on the dashboard or windscreen. The camera captures whatever is in front of the car while driving. Most dashboard cameras begin recording as soon as you start your car and stop when you turn off the engine. Your driving footage is stored on the dashcam’s internal memory. 

Reasons to Buy a Car Camera

Almost nothing beats video when it comes to proving fault in a car collision. It can be difficult to determine who was at fault in an automobile collision if there were no witnesses to the incident. There may be no way to prove that you were not at fault for the accident that caused damage to your vehicle and caused you injury. In some cases, you might have to pay for everything out of pocket, including repairs and medical care. A dashcam’s ability to catch the moments just before an accident can exonerate the driver from blame and prevent expensive repairs. Installing a dashcam in your vehicle may qualify you for a reduction in your regular insurance prices.

Where Do Dash Cams Stand Legally?

Dash cams can be used legally in Georgia. You should still double-check to see if the camera you intend to bring is permitted. You must also make sure that your camera is not obstructing your view of the road when you mount it. It should be fine to use a camera situated on the dashboard or the portion of the windscreen that is not in your line of sight.


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