Navman Blog New Zealand
Is what to buy a dad this Father’s Day driving you around the bend? The answer is looking out for them.
What to buy for your dear old dad? It’s a question that has many scratching their heads as ideas of aftershave, socks and jocks inspire yawns in virtually all of us.
You never know when you’ll need the footage captured on your dash cam, so it’s important it’s always working perfectly. And the difference between a dash cam working well or not is often simply the type of micro-SD card in the device.
We’re often asked, what is the best way to view the footage from my dash cam and while you can look at it on the device itself, most screens are fairly small. A much better option is to use MiVUE Manager.
“Did you get it?” It really is the last thing you want to worry about if you’re been in an accident or seen something incredible on the road ahead. You buy a dash cam to be able to record incidents on the road ahead (or behind, if you have a rear camera), you want to make sure your device is recording properly.
It’s all about fresh air, fun, freedom and affordability
Australia has seen some pretty tough times this past summer with whole towns devastated by bushfires while hundreds of Aussies have lost their precious homes. However, one of the great things that arose from this tragedy is a show of how incredibly community spirited and big-hearted Australians really are with donations flooding towards bushfire relief efforts.
Wouldn’t the road be a wonderful and less stressful place to be, if the world was full of decent drivers like us?
Want to know what to buy for your nearest and dearest drivers to keep them safer on the roads, read on …
If you want to buy someone a dash cam this Christmas, you’re not alone. The rise in popularity of dash cams over the past 12 months is nothing short of remarkable. One in five Australian drivers currently has a dash cam, with more than half of these bought in the past year.* In the event of an accident, today it is who presents the best evidence that convinces the Police and insurance companies.
What’s worse than being in a car accident when you don’t have insurance? Being blamed for an accident that wasn’t your fault and being stung $600 or more for the excess/