Hidden Cameras for cars are becoming much more common in newer vehicles and this is a good thing. Although most are just designed as a camera and not to record this will probably change over time. The benefits of recording your driving are immense.
This is for the lay person as well as anyone who has to drive a vehicle as part of their job, from delivery people to cab drivers and everything in between. If you have video capabilities should something like an accident or crime happen, it can help put an end to insurance fraud as well as a whole slew of other crimes.
Check out this article about backup cameras:
Consumer interest is growing in safety features such as backup cameras, blind spot warning systems and pedestrian alerts,
according to a survey released Wednesday by Harris Interactive. It stands in contrast to fewer people caring about safety versus traditional vehicle needs — like gas mileage and quality — as cars become safer by the year.
The tangibility of such features could be driving interest. Features that elevated auto safety in the past decade — electronic stability systems, antilock brakes, side curtain airbags — are largely required by law today, but most were hidden from the driving experience. By contrast, a backup camera or blind spot warning system are used several times in a single commute….More at Consumers Want Backup Cameras, Blind Spot Systems – Cars.com News (blog)
As you can see by the video these things are easy to use and a very powerful tool should you ever need it. A good thing is that you can find hidden cameras for sale both online and off, at just about every where these days. This makes it much easier and even cheaper for you.