Disclaimer: We do not accept responsibility for user initiated damage and/or loss of parts, items or products incurred during operation or use of product.
When you place your order with in our online store, you agree to the price and terms indicated on the web site for your purchase. Price differences related to future or past prices in our online store are not refundable.
Prices and availability of products are subject to change without notice. Errors will be corrected where and when discovered. We reserve the right to revoke any stated offer, cancel orders, and to correct any errors, inaccuracies or omissions in any stated offer or price, including after an order has been submitted and whether or not the order has been confirmed and your payment processed.
If your payment has already been processed for the purchase when your order is cancelled, we will issue a credit to the payment method used in the amount of the charge. Individual bank policies will dictate when this amount is credited to your account.
Return Policy: You may return most new, unopened items within 15 days of purchase for a full refund. We will not be able to process your return for a refund if you return a used item or an item that was mishandled (which voids the warranty). All items accepted for return will be credited to the original credit card or alternative payment method you used when purchasing the order. The refund will total the full value of the items returned plus any sales tax charged for the items, unless otherwise noted.
Dashboard cameras are also known as dash cams, car cameras, car DVRs, or even accident recorders (although they do record a lot more than just accidents). Powered by batteries, hardwired into your vehicle's 12-volt system or via cigarette lighter, the dash cam faithfully records all it sees as you go about your daily business.
The cameras come in every conceivable configuration, from a single lens to multiple lenses allowing for simultaneous front and rear recording. Most dash cams will automatically start when your car does and record video onto removable storage. When you hit your storage limit, the system will begin to overwrite the oldest files in a never-ending loop.