We’ve seen our fair share of $50-$70 dash cams, but this new model from Aukey is unique in offering 1080p/60 recording (most in this price range are limited to 30FPS), and the ability to connect its power directly to your car’s fusebox. It also comes with a standard power cable that plugs into your cigarette lighter,…
Watching this garbage truck explode in a New Jersey neighborhood, it’s hard not to be reminded of a cheesy action movie. Well, a cheesy action movie shot vertically, in order to incite comment-section riots. It’s no movie, though, it’s what happens when a compressed natural gas tank explodes.
Dash cam footage of meteors aren’t particularly special anymore because the Internet has pretty much ruined everything. But this one that was taken in Bangkok the other day is pretty spectacular. The night sky gets completely lit up in that perfect hue of blue that we associate with aliens and then fades away as the…
You’ve seen enough Russian LiveLeak videos to know that you want a dashcam, but if you’ve been waiting for a good deal, this well-reviewed TaoTronics model is down to just $80 today on Amazon (with code C2KGAK4T).
There are all kinds of reasons why you might want to set up a dash cam in your car: Everything from settling insurance claims to capturing footage of passing meteorites. And if you’re taking your smartphone along for the ride anyway, then you may as well get it to take over dash cam duties too.
Thankfully, it's okay to laugh a little at this scary footage of a man bouncing around inside his car while a SUV rear ends him into an oncoming semi truck. That's because Daryl Peterson, the driver in the car, managed to walk away from the crash without a scratch or any injury at all. Thank God for airbags and…
I never get tired of these videos in which someone is standing on wrong spot at the wrong time, yet survives a major crash against all odds. Like this Russian dude, who was standing on a road when some idiotic car driver decided to turn left while a truck was coming down the opposite lane at full speed.
I've seen many dash cam videos is my life but this one is so surreal, so unexpected and so hilarious that it's already one of my favorites, even if it's fake. Think of it as a movie and enjoy.
According to the Youtube description, this video—published yesterday in Reddit but shot last year—captures the moment when a tornado violently hits a village in Bashkiria, Russia. The hair-raising footage was taken from a car's dash cam that stayed on even when the tornado was passing right over it.
Driving in Russia is flirting with death—watch these three accidents happening in 30 seconds. First, the grey van violently rams itself into the car in front of it. The red car cuts off the dash cam and skids by. And then the original grey van zooms into the intersection and gets smashed sideways by a bus and an SUV.
Close calls don't get closer than this: A driver avoids a fairly minor accident, slows down and, suddenly, a fast cement truck appears out of nowhere trying to regain control. Miraculously, the skillful—and lucky!—truck driver manages to avoid a potential carnage.
This incredible Russian dash cam footage shows a car driving through a forest fire while the drivers wonder if they are going to die or not. Around the minute 1 mark it looks like they are crossing hell itself. Fortunately they managed to escape alive from this mayhem.
We're so lucky that Russia is doing its part in documenting history through dash cams because we get to see idiots act like idiots every other day. Here we get to see a foolish driver in road rage, who didn't merge into a lane fast enough, 'retaliate' on the car who 'cut him off' by speeding and braking hard. Only the…
Russia seems to corner the YouTube market when it comes to crazy dash cam videos. But that could soon change when Garmin's new $250 Dash Cam hits the market in February. The tiny camera sits inside your windshield and records everything that's happening in front of your vehicle through a wide angle lens. And in the…
Even in the land of dashcams, many still find videos of last week's Chelyabinsk meteor to be insufficient evidence that the fireball tearing through the atmosphere was, in fact, a meteor.