Last Updated at
- 05:38 pm, March 13, 2012
The new in-car dual camera black box system records your drives with GPS and G-forces experienced in the car.
Accidents in the most safest of cars on the most safest of roads cannot be avoided. However, with the latest Roadhawk RH-2 you can now at least cut down your losses by securing the evidential data, should you be the victim of someone else's bad driving.
The Roadhawk RH-2 is a drive safe camera crash recorder that sits on your car's windscreen facing forwards and continuously records video when the car is running. The running shots are constantly being dumped on to the SD card together with the G-Force, GPS location and date/time and speed. When the camera's SD card gets full, it overwrites the data constantly recording in a loop. If however, the camera detects adverse G-Force i.e. in an accident or harsh acceleration or braking the event will be tagged and it will save the video footage as evidence. There is also a manual emergency button on the underside of the camera that will trigger the device should you wish to save video of any other event.
First Published on 05:38 pm, March 13, 2012
Gauri 'Cookie' Lokare
The mandatory female biker in the team loves speed and suffers heavily from wanderlust. When she isn't riding or driving, she is catching up on world cinemas, solving sudoko or is making solo travel plans for her next adventure. Spain, check. France, check. Half of the world, check. Next stop: Africa. Tough cookie, this one.