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Although car crashes can often be traumatic, many people find that the bureaucratic aftermath can be even more upsetting.
Behind the wheel of an imported Chevrolet pick-up, Mr Pettifor had hardly reached the 30mph speed limit as he drove down the town's quiet high street when – precisely 72 seconds into his journey – disaster struck.When police arrived, Mr Pettifor gave his side of the story.As with any accident, the officers had to keep an open mind as to whose fault it had been.As well as quickly establishing fault, many dash-cam owners say the cameras make them better drivers.Among them is David Doyle, from Manchester, who was in his car when he was smashed into at a road junction by a driver who ran through a red light.Typically, these more complex dash cams are connected to a vehicle's electricity supply via the fusebox, while the simpler versions are powered through a cable that runs to the 12-volt socket. The cheapest models can be as little as £30, with the priciest running to some £300.
However, it is not necessary to spend much more than about £150.Globally, it is estimated that the market for them will triple to some £4.5 billion a year by 2022.Kehan K300: £79.99 With medium video quality, the best thing about the relatively cheap K300 is that it offers a second camera that can film through your rear windscreen – invaluable if someone smashes into the back of you.With a normal claim, it can take us about eight to 12 weeks to exchange details with the other insurer, and to agree liability.If we have dash-cam footage, we can turn the whole thing around in about 72 hours.That's a huge difference, and we can pass on the savings to our customers by offering discounted policies.'Such cameras clearly also save the police an enormous amount of time, and make it easier to track down drivers who have left the scene of an accident.