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That video is crazy. Glad he is okay. What was the silver vehicle even thinking!?

How would insurance work in that case for speeding? Would you just not show the video? I'm just curious, unless because there's no speed in the video you can't assume it?
 

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This person cut the turn into my lane and cut-off the driver making the right turn onto the road.
 

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Saw this one coming — WTF minivan!

 

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Saw this one coming — WTF minivan!

Like a moth to the V10 flame ;)

By the way, you may want to look at putting a small piece of thin EVA foam between your dashcam and its mount, if it’s a wedge style cam. It will help eliminate the buzzing/rattling that tends to happen over time as the slight curvature of the windshield eventually bends the mount side to it, causing a tiny bit of separation from the camera body.

Street Guardian includes a few with every such camera they sell, just for that purpose. See item 16 in the numbered/labeled pic that shows all the stuff that comes with it below. They don’t list them alone for sale on their website, but IF you happen to have a dashcam that uses the same or nearly the same form factor, you could probably call them and ask and they’d send a set to you cheap. Might not even have to trim anything off it.

 

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Like a moth to the V10 flame ;)

By the way, you may want to look at putting a small piece of thin EVA foam between your dashcam and its mount, if it’s a wedge style cam. It will help eliminate the buzzing/rattling that tends to happen over time as the slight curvature of the windshield eventually bends the mount side to it, causing a tiny bit of separation from the camera body.

Street Guardian includes a few with every such camera they sell, just for that purpose. See item 16 in the numbered/labeled pic that shows all the stuff that comes with it below. They don’t list them alone for sale on their website, but IF you happen to have a dashcam that uses the same or nearly the same form factor, you could probably call them and ask and they’d send a set to you cheap. Might not even have to trim anything off it.

Thanks, I will try that too, for my cam.

I also think I have secondary buzzing coming from a piece of trim on my steering wheel! It’s driving me NUTS, as the part is backordered. When I apply pressure on the trim, the buzzing on my wheel goes away.
 

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