- Feb 9, 2019
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Most of those do not apply in Denmark.
1: ride share companies are not legal here.
2: cops not really a problem here in that sense, though they are not as good as one would like.
3: i dont feel the interior cam add to anything in a normal setting, aside for claims like " he was on the phone i saw it"
They are welcome to examine my phone and see screen time / what apps used how much, which are all record low for a Dane, possible championship low for a person that actually have a phone.
Anyway looking at those parameters and the fact i have no social apps installed, or to a large degree no aftermarket apps at all installed.
Bigger picture my friend. Look at the news from the United States with people upset at police. Interior Cameras will capture interactions from within and surrounding the car.
United States is a huge market alone. Not sure about China. I presume interior cameras are legal there since they produce most of our equipment. Then you've got Russia. Home to a lot of fraudsters who create accidents for insurance claims.
And of course, ride sharing companies. I imagine China, Russia, US (huge world markets) all have legal 3 channel camera laws that are excellent for recording ride shares.