i came across this while doing some research for a dash cam for a future project.
This is the first half term of the 2015 caravanning season and a lot of sites will have children staying. All sites have speed limits and it’s important to adhere to these limits… or even slower. However children will be children… we have all been one once and we have to expect the unexpected.
Happily no serious injuries. Everyone, please stay safe this season.
Bike riding kid hit car, not hit by car.
Rod rothwell said:
Visit Techmoan web site,I have had a dash cam for quite a time now,not only do you get to film the “clowns” on the roads,but the last thing I want to film is my own bonnet crumpling up against the window! So I now try to drive better, also some insurance companies will give you a reduced price if you let them know you have one.my own cam is a A 801.
after the initial fright, I would be seriously annoyed with the parents if that happened to us. kid obviously has no road sense. We have been considering a dash cam for while, but that along with the Satnav and Tyrepal unit probably would not be able to see the road. 🙂
Dave (Doosan) Croker said:
Hi Simon, A very timely reminder. I will be very interested in your blog on dash cams. I have been looking into this myself and fine it very confusing on which one to go for. I am of the opinion you get what you pay for.