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Dashcams actually come in a variety of different form factors. You have the ones that are almost shaped like old CRT TVs and ones that are horizontal cylinders with no displays at all, for example. Perhaps one of the most convenient of designs, however, has to be the one we find in the PAPAGO! GoSafe 260. Rather than being a completely separate unit, it is integrated into a rear view mirror. This allows it to be easily clipped on top of the existing OEM rearview mirror in your car without having anything extra attached to the inside of your windshield. And yes, it still records at full HD 1080p.

The Dashcam Integrated in a Rearview Mirror

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The PAPAGO! GoSafe 260 dashcam was announced at Computex a little over a month ago and it expands on the company's existing lineup of dashcam products. Of course, the primary difference here is that the dashcam is built into the rearview mirror itself. The actual camera portion is located toward the bottom, behind the simple 7-button control panel, and it can be adjusted in four directions to point the right way.

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The rearview mirrror itself is larger than most OEM mirrors, taking on a similar approach as many aftermarket mirror with a wider, more convex perspective. At first, I thought the clipping mechanism on the back wouldn't be able to wrap around my existing OEM mirror. This is true, but the top clips have a rubber grip to them and I didn't have any trouble keeping the GoSafe 260 in place.

There is also a 2.7-inch color display on the right side of the mirrored surface and it almost looks like it is "hidden" behind the mirror. You can see both the video feed and the mirror at the same time, not unlike what you might see with a monitor hidden behind a bathroom mirror in a higher-end hotel room.

Ports, Plugs and Buttons

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All of the main ports are located at the top of the unit. This allows them to be largely out of sight when the GoSafe 260 is installed in your car, but it also means that they are more difficult to access too. There is a port for the optional GPS module, a mini USB port for power, the microSD slot (no memory card included), an AV-out jack and the on/off button.

There is a pre-installed lithium-ion battery that allows the GoSafe 260 to stay on for a few moments after power is cut out, but it is only for a few moments. You will need to use the supplied 12V power adapter or hardwire the dashcam to your car's power source if you want to use the motion detection feature while parked.

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The primary interface, as mentioned, is through the control panel that juts out the bottom-right of the GoSafe 260. It looks like a five-way navigator, but it's not. Let's have a closer look.

The Reflective User Interface

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There are a total of seven buttons that can come into play. The OK button is obvious enough and the up and down arrows are for menu navigation. The menu button is located to the left and the mode button is located to the right. The larger "i" button appears to be for "information," but it can be used to take a quick still (photo) if you have that option activated. And finally, the button with the exclamation mark inside of the triangle is to denote that you'd like the current clip to be saved to a read-only portion of the card, not to be overwritten through the standard loop recording function.

The way that the GoSafe 260 is designed to work addresses much of the feedback that I expressed about the PAPAGO! P3 dashcam. The button layout, although more complicated, is arguably more intuitive. I didn't run into a "memory full" issue when trying to save an emergency clip, as those are pushed to a separate read-only folder on the microSD card. Everything just works a little more easily.

However, you do lose some of the safety features that we saw in the P3, like the lane departure warning system and the ability to record your speed. The nature of having the display embedded "behind" the mirror can also create visibility issues, particularly during the day. You will get mostly mirror during that time; I suppose you shouldn't be staring at your video feed while driving.

PAPAGO! GoSafe 260 HD Video Samples

The full HD (1080p) video offered by the GoSafe 260 is very good. It does feel like PAPAGO! cranked up both the saturation and the contrast for the video settings. This can result in some artifacting, but it may also aid in character recognition (like for license plates).

Speaking of reading license plates, the GoSafe 260 also has a simple digital zoom feature that you control with the up and down arrows. It is digital zoom and not optical zoom, so don't expect too much in terms of quality when you are zoomed all the way in.

The following sample video was taken at night and in the rain, resulting in some poor visibility conditions. The GoSafe 260 does offer the ability to adjust the EV, but this is completely manual and does not happen automatically.

The viewing angle on the GoSafe 260 doesn't appear quite as wide as what we saw on the P3, but this means you also get less distortion. It's still wide enough to capture a lot of the scene. The video is decidedly brighter and more saturated too.

MEGATechie Going Safer or MEGATechie Staring at the World Through My Rearview?

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Yes, there are some sacrifices when you go from a flagship level model like the PAPAGO! P3 to more of a mid-tier offering like this, but I prefer the GoSafe 260 for a number of the reasons. The user interface is improved, the integration with the auto-dimming rearview mirror makes for a cleaner experience, and the software changes allow for easier emergency saves. The digital zoom is an added bonus.

It would have been nice if the lithium-ion battery could last longer without requiring a constant power source, as not everyone will want to hardwire the dashcam to their car. The screen brightness can also be enhanced to allow for better daytime visibility.

All said, the PAPAGO! GoSafe 260 is a great dashcam with a convenient design. You can get one for about $180 online.

  • Tro

    Great review! Can you permanently turn off the screen or do you have to turn off the screen every time it powers on? I would prefer if it auto turned off while im driving since I think it could be distracting with it on lol.

    • From what I remember, yes. There's an option in the settings menu for that.

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

    • 1. Yes, it would need constant access to power, which would mean hard-wiring it to the battery.

      2. It will use some power, so depending on how long you are parked and the type of battery that you have, it could drain, yes.

      3. The internal battery is really small.

      4. If you're scared of your car battery getting drained, you can get a deep cycle battery that should last longer when the car is off. Alternatively, you should be able to connect it to a different power source, like a large USB power bank, when the car is off. The LUXA2 P-MEGA might be a good choice: http://www.megatechnews.com/megatech-reviews-luxa2-p-mega-41600mah-portable-usb-power-station/

    • 1. Yes, it would need constant access to power, which would mean hard-wiring it to the battery.

      2. It will use some power, so depending on how long you are parked and the type of battery that you have, it could drain, yes.

      3. The internal battery is really small.

      4. If you're scared of your car battery getting drained, you can get a deep cycle battery that should last longer when the car is off. Alternatively, you should be able to connect it to a different power source, like a large USB power bank, when the car is off. The LUXA2 P-MEGA might be a good choice: http://www.megatechnews.com/megatech-reviews-luxa2-p-mega-41600mah-portable-usb-power-station/

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

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    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • Thanhxvo

    If I wanted to use the parking feature to detect hit and run, would I need to keep the cable connected with the car off? Won't that drain my car battery? If I remove the cable I noticed that the dash cam turns off right away. When I turn it on again, it will only record for about 3 minutes before running out of battery. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  • John

    Does the screen stay on when you drive? Is there an option to turn it off? I can imagine it being distracting with a live video feed at night.

    • Yes. Just hit the "left" button and it'll turn the screen off. Press it again and it'll turn back on.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Glad we could help. I'm afraid that most dashcams are going to require a constant 12V supply. The way you can get around that with this is the cable is quite long. You can string it along the passenger-side visor and down the side, thus getting out of the driver's POV.

    • Don Welch

      Look at papago p2. Suction cup can mount down, onto a beanbag mount sitting on dash like http://goo.gl/4oS1Q9. This should be legal for you.

    • Don Welch

      Look at papago p2. Suction cup can mount down, onto a beanbag mount sitting on dash like http://goo.gl/4oS1Q9. This should be legal for you.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.

  • d3

    Very helpful review.
    I pick-up, inspect, and deliver fleet cars, and may drive upwards of 5 different vehicles in a single day, many of them brand-spanking new. I wanted this device to "protect" myself while "working"/driving Because I frequently change vehicles, I need a dashcam that can be installed/removed from a vehicle quickly and painlessly. I want the option of a 1080 image or 720 at 60 fps, and the 260 seems to be the best choice. Yours is the only review I've found that tells anything about the GPS module. (I couldn't even find info about it on the Papago site and have no idea where/how to purchase one).
    However, another concern I have is that in my State, using a windshield suction-cup mount is a ticketable offense. Likewise for wires that dangle in the drivers FOV. (This is my current livelihood, and a ticket and increased insurance premiums could eat up an entire days' pay). So, your mention of the battery not lasting long is important to me. I may be driving the same vehicle for 3 or more hours, or as little as 20 minutes, and the battery seems to be the spoiler here. If a charge won't last at least 3 hours, then maybe this device won't meet my needs.

    Given varying State traffic laws regarding obstructing a driver's view, I have yet to find something that meets my needs, and I've looked at a LOT of dashcams and reviews.

    Good review, despite the device not meeting my needs. Thanks.