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RAC 03 Super HD Rear View Mirror DashCam

Article by: rob brady
Date: 4 Feb 2016

We are delighted to announce that we are offering a 25% discount on the RAC 03 Super HD Rear View Mirror DashCam.

This sleek unit is a forward facing dash cam which has built-in GPS tracking, a ‘world first’ for a rear view mirror camera, and a state of the art
technology Ambarella AL750 chip.

The RAC 03 DashCam is not only armed with GPS to record speed and location, but also includes the PocketGPSWorld.com speed camera database which alerts drivers to upcoming speed (fixed, average and mobile), roadworks and red light cameras.

The RAC 03 Rear View Mirror DashCam is available to purchase at here with a 25% discount using the PocketGPSWorld.com code PGPSW03.

RAC Insurance customers can also save £30 (terms apply) on their annual RAC car insurance premium with the purchase of an RAC DashCam. Next day delivery shipping of £5.99 applies, offer ends 30th April 2016.

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Posted by worried on Thu Feb 04, 2016 5:59 pm Reply with quote

not a good idea, it blocks the most important image of the rear view mirror, probably against the law

Posted by M8TJT on Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:08 pm Reply with quote

But only when you want it to Rolling Eyes

Posted by archchancellor on Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:30 pm Reply with quote

Be very interested to see a review of this by PocketGPSWorld - is this planned, guys?

Posted by Kremmen on Thu Feb 04, 2016 6:40 pm Reply with quote

"A world first" ?

Quite a few on the Civic forum have been running this for a while now:


Garmin DS61 LMT-D (In the car)
Garmin 2599 LMT-D (Indoor test rig)
Viofo A119 V3

Posted by archchancellor on Thu Feb 04, 2016 7:18 pm Reply with quote

So does that enable POI proximity alerts in order to run the PocketGPSWorld camera database?

Posted by technik on Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:18 pm Reply with quote

worried Wrote:
not a good idea, it blocks the most important image of the rear view mirror, probably against the law

I get that feeling you have never driven a van or truck. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

GO 620, Tomtom Android EU,
Garmin 2548LMT-D; 2599LMT-D

Posted by TieJustice on Fri Feb 05, 2016 8:44 am Reply with quote

There are no iPhone capatable versions on line at any of the makers only android. Sad

Only problem I have is in every RTA that has happened to me( driving instructor) it's always a rear shunt so forward faceing only has been a wast of time, and I always have rear and forward cameras, and the insurance company's have loved them, as they have seen we are always stopped and the morons have driven into the back of us, or a hit and run, has seen there number plate and police can see them and track them down( yes I was hit by a girl then she left the seen at grate speed and I passed my cam to them so they could see her face and reg)

It would be good if they had a version that had both front and back cameras and when revers engaged would also show as a reversing camera.

As you know most of the RTA's happen when reversing around shoping centers, and "every little helps" ( Laughing Out Loud sorry ) .

Also I have been told that car battery will not cover devices that run all night plugged in even when they have a voltage guard, on new cars. 😕

Posted by FrequentFlyer on Fri Feb 05, 2016 8:48 am Reply with quote

So how do you fit it...I have a Honda CRV?....take off the existing mirror somehow ?

Posted by DSW on Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:13 am Reply with quote

According to the website, the Image turns off whilst driving, therefore the mirror is still legal. However, at night, if one needs to use the 'mirror dipping' function to avoid rear headlight glare, I assume the camera will tilt also! Thus losing the correct forward view! I don't think it's practical to set the mirror to the dipping position and re-align the camera every time one drives at night.

Posted by alan_sh on Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:23 am Reply with quote

How does it attach to your existing mirror?


Posted by MrGumby on Fri Feb 05, 2016 9:53 am Reply with quote

See http://www.trustedreviews.com/rac-03-review

It needs constant power, so the thing I'd like to know is the current drain - how long will my car battery last when the car is parked at an airport and I'm away on a trip?

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