How Wireless Dash Cams Simplify Installation And Provide Effortless Monitoring

In this article, we are going to enumerate and discuss the most important part of what it means to be a driver – Monitoring.

Owning and driving a vehicle is one thing, but understanding the scope of all aspects of driving is another. That’s why you need all the knowledge and help you can get.

Most importantly, by the end of this article, you’ll understand how a wireless dash cam enhances vehicle monitoring and, in turn, makes you a better driver. If this interests you, keep reading.

Monitoring: One of the Most Important Usages of a Wireless Dash Cam

As a driver, safety must be your number 1 priority. And this safety includes your own, your vehicles, and your passengers (or loved ones).

You may be a commercial driver, driving a heavy truck, or using your private car for ride-hailing. Or a substantial driver, driving yourself and your loved ones to various destinations daily. Whatever category you find yourself in, one thing is certain, being safe must be the most important item on your to-do list.

Driving safely requires 2 things:

  • Adherence to traffic laws: Before you can get your license to call yourself a professional driver, there are a series of tests you would have to take. Part of this test will be about learning and understanding traffic rules. And obeying these rules to the letter is your first step toward driving safely on the road.
  • Speed Monitoring: in addition to obeying the rule, you must be conscious of how fast you are driving. Because quite literally, speed does kill.

Besides being safety-conscious about your life and the lives of your passengers or loved ones, you also need to be mindful of the safety of your vehicle. Ensure it is safe from theft and accident at all times.

Suffice it to say, monitoring your vehicle with a wireless dash cam will help you achieve this level of safety efficiently. The only question you need to ask is “How?”.

How to Install a Wireless Dash Cam

First and foremost, before we go into how a wireless dash cam can help you with monitoring your vehicle and in effect keep you and your vehicle safe, you need to learn how to install one.

Normally, a how-to-guide will consist of various steps, explaining the rigorous actions needed to get things done, which will cost you both time and resources. But luckily, wireless dash cam installation contains just 2 simple steps. Yes, you read that right. Just 2 steps:

  • Step 1: Place the wireless dash cam on your dash.
  • Step 2: connect it to the product app on your phone via the internet.

It is that simple. And that is one of its advantages over its “wired” counterparts. There is no need to worry about packing and hiding wires. The installation is as simple as unboxing a new phone.

How to use a Wireless Dash Cam for Monitoring

Now that you have learned how simple it is to install a wifi dash cam, let’s move to the crux of the matter. How would you use the wireless dash cam you have installed to monitor your vehicle?

Monitoring a vehicle happens in two crucial ways, both essential for the safety of the driver, passengers, and the vehicle itself. Monitoring can be done both while driving a vehicle and after parking the vehicle. And this is how you can use a wireless dash cam to make your monitoring easy and seamless in both cases.

Monitoring While Driving

While driving, a wireless dash cam can help you monitor 3 very important things that are vital to the safety of the vehicle and the driver.

  1. Speed: Wireless dash Cams are equipped with a speed detection system. This system can help drivers drive at the appropriate speed by alerting and warning them when they are about to go above the accepted speed level. Wireless dash cams are connected to the internet, and this gives them a very big advantage of being able to update their AI system in real time. The AI system combined with the GPS understands the speed limit on every road you put your vehicle on and thus can alert and warn you when you start going above the speed limit. This does not only keep you, your vehicle, and your passengers safe but also keeps you on the good side of the law.
  2. Space between vehicles: Another crucial aspect for drivers to monitor while driving is the distance between their vehicle and others on the road. The wireless dash cam’s impact sensor comes in handy here, as it senses and monitors the distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of, behind, or beside you. This system will alert you when you are moving too close to the vehicle in front of you, and also when the vehicle behind you is moving too close to you.
  3. Lane Change: changing lanes can be hard sometimes while driving, especially when you cannot tell what the driver driving the vehicle in front of yours is up to, but with your wireless dash cam 360-degree camera system, you will be able to see the vehicle in front of you clearly and make the responsible decision of when it is okay to change lane. The wireless dash cam motion detection system can also alert you when you are driving in the wrong lane and advise you to change to the right lane.

Monitoring your speed on the road is a civic responsibility, as going against the stipulated speed puts the lives of other road users in Jeopardy, this is why every jurisdiction has a strict penalty for defiling the speed limit. But with a wireless dash cam in your vehicle, you are fully protected from the harsh whip of the law.

Monitoring a Parked Vehicle

A wireless dash cam fully connected to the internet presents you with the unique opportunity to monitor your vehicle while parked. Even when you are sleeping at night, or when you are busy in the office during the day. This monitoring keeps your vehicle safe from theft amongst other things.

  • Real-time Monitoring: your wireless dash cam gives you the chance to be able to see what is happening in and around your vehicle at all times. As a wireless dash cam is internet-powered, its reach is limitless. You need not be scared of disconnection. And this connection will let you see live footage of whatever is happening to your car at all times.
  • High-Quality Recording System: even when you are not actively looking at your phone or PC to watch a live stream of what is happening to your vehicle, you have the priceless option of reviewing footage of what went down, after the fact. This can come in handy when facing a theft problem, or an insurance claim.

Besides being able to monitor your vehicle while driving and when you are parked, a wifi dash cam also gives you the ability to monitor your vehicle when someone other than yourself is driving your vehicle, say your child or a friend.

This gives you the ability to monitor the driver’s behavior, including their adherence to traffic laws, lane changes, speed, and other crucial data.

As a wireless dash cam comes equipped with a GPS, you will be able to have access to the location data of your vehicle at all times.

As earlier stated; Safety is the most important aspect of being a driver, and you can never be too careful. This is why getting yourself a wireless dash cam is highly recommended. You should get one each for both the front and rear of your vehicle to ensure adequate protection for your life, property, and also importantly the lives of other road users.