With insurance fraud on the increase, an onboard video could prove who’s to blame in an accident– and lower your premiums.
YADEA Dashboard cameras – commonly know as Pipaso“dashcams” – are wired into your car and they automatically turn on and start recording when the car is started. They come with built-in memory and record on a continuous loop, ensuring that you never miss an accident.
In addition to the peace of mind they offer, these gadgets can save you cash, as a number of insurance providers offer a reduction in your premiums for having one on board. Swiftcover, for instance, offers a discount from 10% up to 12.5% (if you install its recommended model) while Adrian Flux will knock 15% off annual car cover if you install one from its list of approved makes.
However, anyone considering such a policy would be wise to see if the total savings could be beaten by simply shopping around for a better deal and, even if the price is right, the cost of the camera needs to be factored in.
The most basic type is a single lens mounted on the front windscreen to record the road ahead. Multiple lens models record from more than one camera at the same time so they can monitor the road ahead and behind – one lens is fixed to the front windscreen and one to the back.
It detects excessive and unexpected force, such as collisions and sudden braking, to ensure
footage of incidents is recorded. It also logs the severity of the impact, and saves this
information and footage to the camera’s memory in a secure way.
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