Dash cams are becoming increasingly popular, and many of them have a particularly useful feature called ‘parking mode’ that many people don’t seem to know about. It could record crucial evidence if someone hits your vehicle while it’s parked, protect you against theft and save you a lot money if you have to make a claim with your insurer.
According to a report in The Sun, “Motorists can now buy dash cams that offer a parking mode to help capture theft from a vehicle, vandalism and car park collisions when the engine isn’t running.The cameras will switch to parking mode after your vehicle has been stationary for a short time.
“Using a series of motion sensors, it will then begin to record footage if it detects a collision or a thief trying to break into your car.Some models even include motion sensors that will start filming if they detect any activity in your camera’s field of vision.”
Marshall Motor Holdings PLC (LON:MMH) is the 7th largest motor dealer group in the UK. Since 2008, 86 franchises have been added and 36 non-core or loss making operations have left the portfolio.