It finally happened – and I didn’t even see it. After years of rather (thankfully) uneventful driving with various dash cameras, I finally captured something worth hitting the “save” button. I had stopped to drop off some donations during the COVID outbreak and while chatting with the donation center attendant, there was a screeching of tires and the unmistakable crunch of metal and the shattering of glass.
Like I said, I wasn’t driving at the time, but I had left my car running and the Vantrue OnDash N4 dash camera system, which features three cameras, had captured the scene with the front-facing camera. Upon review, the clear 1440P front camera had recorded a red car crashing into the driver’s door
Ring is best known for its home security cameras , including the Ring Alarm system and its Ring Video Doorbell. Announced Thursday — as part of a deluge of Amazon announcements — these are the company’s first automotive security products.
The most fully featured product announced is the Ring Car Cam, a dual-camera dashcam with connected features powered by Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant. It records video of the road and the vehicle’s cabin as you drive along, which in the case of an event — perhaps a fender bender —