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Silent Witness Dash Camera

Full HD Dual Facing Dash Camera

Hi everyone and welcome to my blog on the Silent Witness Dash Cameras. I’m going to talk to you about some of the benefits of having a dash camera hard wired into your vehicle.

First of all i want to start by thanking J&M Travel for there custom. They are a taxi firm in Wombwell, Barnsley and they believe that the Full HD Dual Facing Dash Camera can resolve some of the issues they have been having. I also believe it is the the perfect solution for there business. lets talk about the features and benefits of having a dash camera fitted to your vehicle. You can then decide if it will benafit your buisness.

A “Silent Witness” you can depend on

You can never be too sure who is on the road, you could be involved in an accident at any time, whether it’s commuting to work or travelling to see family; you just never know!

It is often difficult to recall an incident, or there can different views on the incident, these situations can be laborious and extremely stressful, but with a Silent witness HD camera you can be at ease that you will be covered just in case an incident does ever occur.

This can speed up the process with insurance companies, while also protecting your no claims!  Knowing that there is always a dependable, silent witness with you at all times can make a difference.

Recording Modes

Silent Witness HD Camera supports various recording modes that will fit any situation; Continuous recording and incident recording.

Continuous recording mode is activated when you start the engine, one, three or five minute clips are saved, and this will be on an auto loop recording system ensuring all crucial evidence is recorded. Unused footage will be over written when the SD card is full, allowing you to never miss a moment.

 

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