Our camera can be easily removed from its bracket and can be used as a mobile HD camcorder. This feature lets you capture one continuous high definition video of the entire accident, including number of passengers, their physical condition and behavior, damages to both vehicles - all in a continuous video without any interruptions.
Many car accidents are staged by organized insurance scammers, which cheat unsuspecting drivers. These criminal drivers' job is to get into car accidents where they would not normally be considered at fault. In many cases both cars only suffer small damages, but these thieves may still claim serious injuries and car damage against your auto insurance company (or their own). They also use the scale of damages to their advantage - if the damages are small and it is not necessary for police to be at the scene, scammers know that they have enough time to show up at the police station for a collision report. The car they drove gets more damage done to it deliberately and the driver then claims to experience sudden back and neck pain - hours after the car accident.
Honest people like yourself can fight back, protect yourself with our dashboard camera and put these criminals in jail. Please take a look at some of the most popular techniques, which scammers use to take advantage of the law and make you pay.
Swoop and Squat
A suspect driver swoops in front of a victim's car and hits hard on the brakes, while another suspect vehicle is blocking the victim from changing a lane, causing a rear-end collision. Often the car in front is full of people, who pretend to have back or neck injuries, even though the accident happened while driving at low speed.
Remember that criminals are always looking for the right opportunity. In this next case an unsuspecting driver is pulling away from the curb. A car loaded with passengers sees the victim pulling out, changes lane at the very last second, and deliberately crashes into him/her. This results in more insurance claims, as well as another pay day for the crooks.
Left Turn Drive Down
This technique targets mostly female drivers in and around entrances to parking areas at shopping malls. One of the criminals pulls his/her car up next to a parking entrance and waits for a victim driver to pull up and turn into the lot. The criminal waves the unsuspecting victim to turn in front of him/her, and when he/she does, the criminal accelerates and blocks him/her. A third vehicle (a drive down car) suddenly comes down the street and slams into the innocent victim. The car that blocks the entrance immediately leaves the scene, making it appear that the innocent victim pulled-up in front of the oncoming car and is at fault. Like in all cases above, the suspect's car is full of passengers who claim injures.
Right Turn Drive Down
Another unpleasant situation might happen to you, when a car full of passengers pulls up to a curb near an intersection. They wait until an innocent driver stops at the stop sign and then pulls out of the intersection to make a right turn. The criminal then accelerates away from the curb and deliberately smashes into the rear corner of the targeted car. The driver staging the accident will claim that the victim ran the stop sign or puled out in front of him.
The price you pay
Driving record destroyed. This can drastically raise your insurance rate, or cost you your job if you are driving for a living;
Terrified innocent drivers, hurt or killed as a result of a failed insurance scam;
Stress as you deal with the seemingly endless details of car repairs, insurance adjusters calling you with questions, police statements, legal fees and curt appearance.