jonesy - Main reason is likely for insurance purposes -- if someone crashes into you and tries to claim you crashed into them. Front and rear cams are usually recommended. Some people say not to get GPS or one that records speed as you can still be found at fault if you're speeding even if it's the other party's fault. Search around the Net and you should find lots of discussions on the topic, including catching parking lot shopping cart hits to the occasional UFO sighting
ah, gotcha.... I guess the liability factor for accidents, catching vandals (intentional or otherwise), etc... could be useful for some. thanks for catching me up. someone promise me if you get vid of UFO on your dashcam, that you'll post here please! LOL
I have one for driving for Uber and Lyft. It records outside in front (to catch really bad drivers around here) and the interior of the car (for misbehaving passengers). It's a safety and security thing.