Generally, when I can’t sleep, I’ll watch something on TV, because nothing tells your brain to sleep quite like blue light, amirite? I digress. One of my go to pacifiers is a closed tv driving mishaps show. I perpetually scheme up CCTV devices for my car because apparently that’s a thing in Russia where most of the footage comes from.
Unfortunately for me, someone has already cornered the market. Fortunately for you, I think it could be used to save your life.
I know that sounds woefully dramatic, but hear me out. How many times are you at a location alone? Or how often do you find yourself running a last minute errand for a client that gives you a little bit of the heeby-jeebies? Or in general, how much time do you spend in your car while you’re in the field driving from site to site?
Enter Owl Cam.
Owl Cam is a self-described video security on wheels. Think Ring doorbell on your dash. Yepp – that’s right. It is a dash cam with two HD cameras (one to face the road, another to face you / your rear windshield), a 14-day video loop, and built in 4G LTE Connection.
The Owl Cam allows you to have instant access wherever, whenever, for whatever purpose. You can watch your cam in real-time as well as receive alerts for impacts and broken glass.
This car cam offers you peace of mind in whatever car-related incident you may need. From fender-benders to unexplained body damage, to traffic stops, Owl Cam captures it all and makes sure your side of the story can be told.
The coolest part, other than being able to live-stream your car when you’re not in it, is that video is either saved for 14 days on the actual car cam or you can wirelessly and cardlessly download the videos to your smart device.
There are currently no contracts necessary to get an Owl Cam and each camera comes with 12 months of service that has unlimited Instant Video Alerts as well as 60 minutes of remote video.
The setup takes six minutes. Honestly. Six minutes could save your life… or at the very least prevent a raise in your insurance premiums when the 16-year-old in the Target parking lot backs into your car and tries to take off.
You’re in the field more than almost any other industry professional, so it’s worth looking into.