Monday, 24 October 2016

To Have a Dash Cam With or Without a Screen?

Team Screen versus Team No Screen

If we could divide dash cams into two categories, it would have be ones with a display and ones without. While it's mainly a matter of preference, there are advantages to having a dash cam with a display and one without a display.

Thursday, 20 October 2016

#SharkNoseDiary: Hibernation and Repair

Mileage: 40 miles.
Fuel Economy: 18 mpg.
Expense: $195 (brake service, reservoir sensor reset).

Winter is here, and unfortunately being in the Pacific Northwest, it only means that people are only thinking about two things: 1. Boy, it is really starting to rain now; and 2. Honey, let's start packing for the emergency ark we have on our backyard. 

Normal winter day in the Pacific Northwest. Surf's up!
Unfortunately for me, it also means that I am going to stash my 6 series for until next year when the sky clears up. Not so easy though...

[Previously on #SharkNoseDiary: After displaying my $2100 classic BMW alongside $2-million hypercars, it is time to activate the Anti-Rust Protection Plan -- storing the car for the Winter]

Friday, 14 October 2016

#FAQFridays: Why Doesn't Thinkware Use Rechargeable Batteries?

Earlier this week, Thinkware user Hammond asked us, "Why doesn't the F750 have a rechargeable battery like the other dash cams do?"

Friday, 7 October 2016

#FAQFridays: Why is a Rear-View Camera Needed For Rear-End Accidents?

Thinkware user Robert asked, "I see that you have a rear-view camera accessory. But if someone rear ends you, they're usually liable for the accident insurance-wise anyway.  Why do I need a rear-view camera then?"

Friday, 30 September 2016

#FAQFridays: How do I readjust the mount?

Thinkware user Dennis asked us, "I accidentally mounted my dash cam in the wrong spot on my windshield. How do I remove the mount to re-position it?"

Friday, 23 September 2016