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The right dash cam for every driver

The right dash cam for every driver

Each time you get into a vehicle, whether you're driving or just along for the ride, you're taking a serious risk. Around 20 to 50 million people are injured in automobile accidents each year.

If you're ever in an accident, that's just the beginning. During the months that follow you'll find yourself fighting with insurance companies, arguing over who's responsible when it comes to covering damages or the cost of medical treatments. At that point, you'll wish there was an easy way to prove who was at fault. If only you'd caught the whole thing on camera. Then, you could just show the insurance company and law enforcers the footage.

Dash cams aren't something you think about every day. In a way, they're like an umbrella. You only realize how important they are whenever it's raining. But, unlike the weather, predicting whether or not you'll get in a fender-bender is impossible.

That's why you need a dash cam. These handy gadgets can be mounted right on the dashboard and even have motion detectors, so you can record what you need without having to think about it. We're going to talk about the best dash cams out there in just a second, but first, you might be wondering why you need one. Here are the top three benefits:

1. Documenting an accident

In all honesty, being on the road is one of the most dangerous places a person can be. Yet far too often we treat it as if it weren't.

Fortunately, most car accidents aren't fatal, but they can still result in injury and serious financial hardship. But adding a dash cam is still the best insurance you could ever buy. It's like having an eye-witness riding shotgun wherever you go.

Don't believe us? Just take a look at some of the most shocking footage ever caught on a dash cam:

2. Avoiding insurance fraud

As much as we'd like to believe everyone around us is good, it's not true. Sadly, there are people out there who want to take advantage of others. And even worse, there are people who do and get away with it.

Imagine being at a complete stop when the car in front of you suddenly backs up. They hit the gas and ram into your car. Then, to top things off, the driver of the other car jumps out and starts blaming you.

What can you do in a situation like that? Without any evidence, the answer is nothing. When it comes to proving who's at fault, it's your word against his - and with the evidence of a "rear-end collision," everyone will likely side with him. It's a classic insurance scam. Here's what it looks like:

3. Keeping an eye on your car

What many people don't realize is that most dash cams have motion detectors on them. This means that even when you're not driving, the dash cam is keeping an eye on your car.

This is especially helpful if you park your car outside your home, rather than in a protected garage. But, even garaged cars can benefit from this extra protection. Evidence like this can be what ultimately puts a criminal behind bars.

In this video, for example, a burglar was caught on the car's dash cam while foraging through the family's garage:

As you can see, dash cams are needed for more than just proving you're not at fault for an accident. But, with so many products out on the market, how do you know which dash cam is best?

The Komando Dual Rotating Lens Dash Cam makes it easy. In fact, it's one of the bestselling products in Kim's shop. And there's a reason for that. This dash cam was developed to give you all the features you need at an affordable price.


With this compact camera, you can record from multiple angles, continuously. Because there are two camera lenses (one fixed and one that rotates), you can capture virtually any angle in high-definition. The dash cam's wide-angle lenses capture everything happening inside and/or outside the vehicle. You can position the cameras both inside, or both outside, or one inside and one outside. This gives you the ultimate flexibility when recording.

In the event of an accident, the dash cam has your back. The onboard G-sensor automatically saves and locks important files so you never miss capturing clear video and audio.

Or let's say something happens that you want evidence of. Tap the dash cam's emergency button to immediately capture and store footage before, during and after an incident. A time and date stamp provides validity as proof. Prevent inaccurate claims against you should you ever have the misfortune of being involved in an accident that was not your fault or an unforeseen event. The front and rear dash cam both record in high quality, HD video, and audio that acts as a reliable eye witness.

The Komando Dual Lens Dash Cam is easy to mount or dismount for effortless mobility and portability to other vehicles. No computer is required. Try our Komando Dash Cam for yourself! If you are not 100 percent satisfied, we offer a hassle-free return policy! Click here to buy your new dash cam today!

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