Uniden has released its latest dashcams, the Uniden iGO Cam 75 and 75R, with Ai sign recognition and 2K video resolution displayed on a 3.16” Wide Angle LCD colour screen.
With more Australians installing dash cams in their cars than ever before, the technology is also being recognised as an invaluable tool to record incidents on the road to assist with car insurance claims.
Capture accurate and detailed footage in true 4K definition while driving long distance or on the daily commute using Uniden’s iGO Cam 85R. For additional peace of mind while on the road, the UPP1000 is the latest jump start kit from Uniden providing portable power and roadside assistance.
Uniden offer a range of high specification models (iGO Cam 70R and iGO Cam 80) with Wi-Fi built-in allowing users to share footage to a smart phone via the dedicated free-to-download Uniden iGO app.
“The key to a successful road trip is preparation. Whether it’s a caravan trip, road trip with friends or travelling for work. Carrying out vehicle safety checks before setting off, and having the right equipment in the car, will help to make the journey memorable for all the right reasons,” comments Brad Hales, national communications and marketing manager, Uniden.
The new range of iGO Cams from Uniden, provides vehicle owners with additional driver assist features as well as high quality video recording of accidents and other events.
While speeding remains the biggest contributor to fatal road accidents in Australia, behavioural changes can make a positive impact in helping to reduce a range of road-related incidents. Wet weather, snowy conditions and unfamiliar roads can lead to an increase in vehicle collisions.
The Uniden iGo Cam 755 has Full HD+ resolution and is ideal for recreational and professional drivers as well as daily commuters who want extra protection in the event of a road-related incident or dispute.