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An Easy Way to Stay Safer on the Road: This Dash Cam Features Front and Rear Cameras This rearview mirror-mounted dash cam with dual cameras is just $95.99.

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The road can be a crazy place. Whether you have drivers out there with deliveries to make or are driving your own car or truck daily, having a camera pick up all that happens while on the road could be beneficial.

Accidents happen, and people can be unpredictable, which is why this Rearview Mirror-Mounted Dash Cam — stacked with features and super easy to use — is such a great idea. It's even available here for a better price than you'll find on Amazon.

Clip it onto your car, van, or truck's regular rearview mirror, and you have access to a 4K 170° adjustable front and 4K 160° rear camera. Monitor real-time traffic situations on the road on the expansive 10" IPS touchscreen display. The cameras work harmoniously to provide comprehensive, simultaneous recording for complete on-road protection.

Thanks to its advanced sensor and dynamic resolution switching, you'll be able to capture crystal-clear 4K footage day and night. And because of its responsive, user-friendly interface, this dash cam offers seamless operation.

The advanced voice control enables you to turn the screen on and off, lock the video, show both videos, take a photo, and start and stop the video, all without taking your hands off the wheel. And because the cameras are 4K, they deliver much clearer footage, capturing things like license plates from a distance.

Use the rear camera as the ultimate backup camera that gives you high-resolution video of the rear of the car streaming right to the rearview mirror. And when the vehicle is put into reverse, the screen image will display park assist lines for a safer and easier parking experience.

A loop recording feature gives a continuous recording, even if the memory card reaches full capacity. At the same time, the G-sensor will detect a sudden collision and lock the collision footage in place. And if you or your crew are working in an unknown neighborhood, the parking monitor functions as a surveillance camera system while the vehicle is off.

Don't leave the safety of your business's vehicles up to chance.

Grab this rearview mirror-mounted touchscreen dash cam for just $95.99 (reg. $120).

Prices subject to change.

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