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Question Front and rear vehicle camera's?

Well since the world is going to Sh**, and everyone wants to drive crazy and try to make people hit the back of them to make a quick buck.


I have decided to get the ultimate protection and buy front and rear cameras for my cars.

Now I know over in the UK, these are almost mandatory now. So I'm hoping a few of you guys accross the pond can tell me which one's are the good one's, the ones that don't catch a lot of vibration, or blurriness.

I want sound and clarity, so if anything ever does happen, I have good valid proof.

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Re: Front and rear vehicle camera's?

I also want one that can record all day long if needed.

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Front and rear vehicle camera's

" Now I know over in the UK, these are almost mandatory now "

News to me , never heard of that . Couldn't even name a car that has them fitted as standard equipment .
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Re: Front and rear vehicle camera's?

Dont know of any British or European cars that have them even as an option .Russians seem to like their forward facing cameras and probably need them the way they drive .I think the vodka doesn't help .
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Re: Front and rear vehicle camera's?

Brings me back to the days of teaching my daughter to drive...

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Re: Front and rear vehicle camera's?

Well either way, has anyone heard which are the good one's, and which one's to stay away from?


And no car maker has them mandatory, or as a option, the option is totally left up to the owner after they buy the car.

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