Summer’s here, and as the mercury rises, so does the risk of your dash cam melting. While it’s hot outside, let’s say when temperatures range from 80 degrees to 100 degrees, the internal temperature of your car can reach a scorching 130 to 172. The trapped heat warms the air inside the car, and since the car is relatively air-tight, the warm air stays inside like one big, portable oven. So yes, it’s pretty dangerous not only for your gadgets, but for the passengers as well. Now, what more if you’re living in desert areas, or states like Arizona and Florida?
Heat is a killer for tech, but thanks to innovation, modern dash cams began adding features that help with heat resistance. So, in this blog, we will share with you our top recommended dash cam models while discussing the main features that make them the coolest, literally.