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All sorts of numbers and specifications are proudly shown off, but how can you know how well it really performs without taking it out on the road first?
In the table below we reveal the very best models from our testing.
We've found plenty of Don't Buy dashboard cameras in our testing, with models that are very difficult to install and provide unusable video footage.
With so many dire dash cams around, it's important to choose wisely. It can be almost impossible to know which dash cam is the best simply by looking at the box.
Rating: The Garmin Dash Cam 30 unit records crisp footage in 1080p resolution and you can use up to a 64GB card for storage.
However, the display screen is very small at 1.4in and there are limited safety features, fewer than you will find on other, not much more costly, systems.
We ran it through our comprehensive dash cam test to find out.
to tell you which dash cam is best if you're buying with a budget of £150.
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We've clocked up the miles testing models from dash cam manufacturers including Nextbase, Roadhawk and Black Vue, and sat nav makers Garmin and Binatone, as well as an action cam from Go Pro.
Our lab testing has found that price is no guarantee of quality, so make sure you read our dash cam reviews before heading to the shops.
You can easily use that to ensure the camera is set up correctly and download easily.
It can record up to 1296p resolution so the 8GB card it comes with is useful but will need to be supplemented – it can take up to 128GB.