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Ring Car Cam will help you deter the thieving idiot breaking into your car

Ring Car Cam will help you deter the thieving idiot breaking into your car

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Amazon’s Ring cameras are on the way. The home security company adds a car dash cam to its powerful range of video doorbells and indoor/outdoor cameras.

Unveiled at CES 2023, the Ring Car Cam includes dual-sided HD cameras that capture what’s happening inside the car and outside the windscreen. There are also night vision shots.

The camera captures footage as the car moves and parks, and the idea is that it captures video of a possible break-in as well as everything that happens while driving.

So if there is an active intrusion, you will be notified and – just like the home cameras – can talk to the unwanted via the built-in microphone. The camera also turns on a built-in light to ward off an intruder. Of course there is also a live view so you can check in your car when you have parked it.

As this is an Amazon product there is Alexa compatibility and with the Traffic Stop feature drivers can say “Alexa Record” and record video for up to 20 minutes using footage stored locally on the device. Cloud storage requires a subscription.

Drivers can set their GPS location to “Home” and will be notified when the car moves away from their regular parking spot. It’s also helpful for locating your car in a parking garage if you weren’t careful while parking. Overall it’s a fairly well thought out offering, combining elements of existing dashcams and the smarter elements of Ring’s broader smart ecosystems.

The camera plugs into the vehicle’s OBD-II port and features LTE connectivity to ensure an always-on connection with the Ring app. Of course, there is a subscription element for full functionality. Ring’s new Protect Go service costs $6 per month.

It’s a very different device from the Car Cam and Alarm, which were first announced in 2020 but never went on sale. Of course, it’s a lot more expensive than some of the dash cams on the market, but it’s available for pre-order for $199.99 ($50 off) for a limited time. There’s no news on a UK release yet.

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