One of our non-negotiable features in a dash cam is parking mode which records what’s happening around your car even when it’s unattended. To activate this feature, the most popular option is hardwiring.
When you hardwire the dash cam, you connect it straight to your vehicle’s power source to keep the device running - and one of the most essential accessories needed is a fuse tap, which makes hardwiring a simple connection to your fuse box.
We get a lot of questions about fuse taps all the time, especially when it comes to identifying which one you have. In this article, we will provide you with the information you need about the importance of fuse taps and how to distinguish them from one another to help you in your dash cam installation.