Dash Cam probably saved this guy a ton of money

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Over the last few years, we've stressed the importance of having a dash cam in your car. From documenting an accident to avoiding insurance fraud, the amount of money it can ultimately save you hundreds and thousands of dollars, a lawsuit, and a whole heap of other headaches.

And that's exactly the case for one fortunate Kim Komando Show listener. Walter Jones shared some harrowing footage from his Komando Dual Lens Dash Cam with us, and now we want to share with you.

As he was on his way home to Tennessee after a trip to Florida, Jones was involved in an accident when another driver claimed to "slow down for traffic" in front of him, but the dash cam footage proved that wasn't the case. According to Jones, the other driver was attempting to make a U-Turn on the Interstate when they slowed down and Jones, who was hauling a 30' Airstream trailer, could do nothing but hit them from behind.

See the footage here:

I think Jones sums it up best himself. "The trooper saw the dash cam video and the other driver was determined to be 100% at fault. It saved me a lot of money, possible lawsuit and heartache."

Be like Walter. Get your Komando Dual Lens Dash Cam today. Even better, use instant saving promo code DASH15 for $15 off your purchase, offer stands until Monday, Feb. 1, 2016.

Video from this camera is automatically time- and date-stamped for validity, and it has a wide-angle lens so you can capture everything. One lens rotates, so you can record front-, rear- or side-view images. Footage is recorded on the included 32GB micro memory card, which has the capacity to store up to 6 hours.

Another thing that makes this dash cam so great is that it has a snapshot capability. This means you can also use it to take photos like a regular digital camera. If you're ever in an accident, use this feature to take still shots for photographic evidence.

With other dash cams, running out of memory can be an issue. But this dash cam has loop recording, which means the footage is continuous and loops, so you'll never run out of storage space. Everything you need is captured automatically and there when you need it.

Here are some additional features:

  • Mac and Windows compatible
  • 2.7" LCD screen
  • Records up to 380/199 total minutes (at QVGA/1080FHD) on a 32GB micro SD
  • Snapshot capability - take still shots for photographic evidence
  • Motion-activated recording
  • Videos saved in .AVI format
  • Resolution: 1080p / 1920x720 and whole 720P HD
  • Dimensions (without bracket): 5" x 2" x 1/2" Weight 0.5 pounds
  • Suction cup mounting allows portability to additional vehicles
  • Time and date stamping for validity
  • Records audio
  • IR sensor to assist with night recording
  • Easy to install & operate
  • 1 year limited warranty

Everything needed for setup is included in the packaging. It comes with a windshield mounting bracket, car charger (12V car adapter), USB cable, and 32GB micro memory card. And you don't need a PC or Mac to use the cam. Buy from the Komando Shop today.

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