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A look at 3 of the best dashcams on market right now
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A look at 3 of the best dashcams on market right now

If you’ve ever fallen down the rabbit hole of watching amazing dashcam videos on YouTube, you might have considered the advantages of buying one for your own car. A dashboard camera is still something of a rarity in the United States, but major auto electronics brands such as Pioneer and Kenwood have dipped their toes into the market.

Drivers are starting to come around to the benefits of having dashcam footage available. After all, who wouldn’t want video evidence that they weren’t at fault during that fender bender?

Some of these devices have both front and rear cameras so you can capture all the angles in your video recording. Some have night vision, loop recording, a parking mode and wide viewing angle. Many also offer HD video, which comes in clutch when you need to produce a license plate number after a hit-and-run or other vehicular crash. Furthermore, the growing ubiquity of the backup camera and technology that gives drivers a lane departure warning have made advanced technology in cars kind of a no-brainer.

Here's a look at three of the best dashcams on the market now. We make recommendations independently, but participate in affiliate advertising programs that may pay us commission if you make purchases at and other linked retailer sites.

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