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dale p.oliver-jones
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2023/08/12 07:17:25 (permalink)

Dashcam Preparation

I have a 5 week old Taycan (loving it) that was spec'ed with the Dashcam preparation (no cost option why wouldn't you). I was thinking that it would arrive with a connection just hanging visible from behind the rearview mirror just like in the dealership. I was being very, very naive as it turns out. The cable is built into the roof lining and, according the dealership, is a complicated job to dig out. The questions I have are 1. Is it complicated to dig out? 2. If it is has anyone got a specialist to recommend in the Northwest of England.

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Re: Dashcam Preparation 2023/08/25 07:16:02 (permalink)
In general there are four main components from 'out of the box' package that is needed to get this working. These include So, will a dash cam drain my battery? The short answer is no, it's very unlikely. Dash cams typically use less than 5 watts when recording, and even less when they're in Parking Mode  waiting for something to happen.Are Dash Cams Legal in India? Dash cams are not explicitly prohibited by Indian law, but there are some legal and practical considerations drivers should take into account before installing one in their vehicle. Firstly, make sure the dash cam does not obstruct vision or break any traffic laws.Dashcams without this feature require you to manually remove the memory card and put it in a PC to access your footage. In contrast, 

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