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Get a dash cam to protect yourself on the road for as little as $30

If you’ve ever been sucked into the black hole that is YouTube, you’re likely familiar with the wonderful world of dash cam footage. In it, you’ll witness talented parallel parkers, insane crashes, and even meteor blasts.

But dash cams don’t just exist to immortalize highway drama. They can also save your butt when a person doing the Bird Box challenge collides with you on the road.

We know you don’t want your auto-insurance premium skyrocketing, which is why we bring you these five dash cams on sale that can serve as your extra set of eyes on the road.

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Car accidents are no fun. Sometimes it’s almost impossible to find the person responsible, and you just end up stuck with a serious fender bender. Your best course of action would be to have a dashboard camera that can see everything that happens to your vehicle, and it just so happens that VAVA has a great option on sale.

The VAVA Dashboard Camera is currently on sale for $99.99 on Amazon, but we have an exclusive code that can drop that price down even further — to $69.99. That’s a total savings of $50 when compared to the full price of $119.99.

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