GPS Tracking & Historical Trip Data Feature
Proof dash cam comes with GPS tracking capabilities that offer several benefits to vehicle owners. This article will delve into the specifics of how GPS tracking works, the data it records, and the benefits of having this feature on a dashcam. We’ll also address some frequently asked questions and concerns regarding privacy and consent.
How GPS Tracking Works on a Dash Cam
GPS tracking on a dashcam uses satellite technology to track the vehicle’s movements, location, and speed. The data recorded includes the vehicle’s current location, historical trip data, and geo fence boundaries. This information is recorded and can be accessed by the owner through the dashcam’s application or software.
Data Recorded by GPS Tracking
The dashcam’s GPS tracking records the vehicle’s movements and stores historical trip data. This data includes the vehicle’s location, speed, and start/finish of each trip. The data can be used to track mileage used for business purposes, monitor young or learner drivers, and even find lost or stolen vehicles.
Privacy Concerns Regarding GPS Tracking
While GPS tracking on a dashcam provides several benefits, it also raises privacy concerns. It’s important to note that consent should be obtained from anyone driving the vehicle before using GPS tracking. Additionally, unauthorized tracking of someone’s vehicle without their knowledge or consent is a violation of privacy protection laws and can result in criminal and civil charges.