Easy to Install Dash Cams

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Element 1 (E1)

Element 1 (E1)

$149.99 USD
Element 1 Voice Control | 2592 x 1944P | Built-in GPS | WiFi | Wireless Hotkeys | HDR | CPL (Optional) | Parking Mode | Support 512GB Card Why choose...
Element 1 Lite (E1 Lite)

Element 1 Lite (E1 Lite)

$99.99 USD
Vantrue Element 1 lite Smart Cube Dashcam Voice Control |1920x1080P | Built-in GPS | WiFi | HDR | CPL (Optional) | Parking Mode | Support 512GB Card Full HD Recording Small...

Welcome to the Vantrue collection of easy-to-install dash cams designed to make your driving experience safer and more convenient. We offer a handpicked selection of cutting-edge dashboard cameras that prioritize simplicity and efficiency without compromising on quality.

Discover the latest in hassle-free installation, whether you're a tech enthusiast or a novice in the world of automotive gadgets. Our collection features user-friendly options that are a breeze to set up - from compact, discreet models to feature-rich cameras, we've gathered a diverse array of products to cater to different preferences and needs.

Browse through our assortment of dash cams that offer high-definition video capture, wide-angle lenses, night vision capabilities, and additional smart features such as loop recording and G-sensor technology. We've handpicked models known for their seamless installation process - on top of the Vantrue signature of durability and superior dash cam performance.


Is a dash cam easy to install?

Dash cams are generally designed to be relatively easy to install, but the specific ease of installation can vary based on the model and your familiarity with setting up electronic devices. In general, the installation process for most dash cams involves a few common steps:

1. Mounting: Attach the dash cam to your windshield or dashboard using the provided adhesive or suction mount.

2. Power Connection: Plug the power cable into your car's power outlet (cigarette lighter socket) or hardwire it to the fuse box. Route the cable along the interior of your vehicle, tucking it neatly to keep it out of the way.

3. Adjust Settings: Configure your dash cam settings as needed, such as video quality, date and time, and any specific features like parking mode.

Remember, while these steps cover the basics, depending on the model and desired setup, you might encounter additional steps. If you're unsure, consulting the provided manual or seeking professional installation assistance can be helpful.

Can I install a dashcam myself?

Yes, you can typically install a dash cam yourself as the process is designed to be user-friendly. Mounting the camera to your windshield or dashboard, connecting it to your car's power outlet, and adjusting settings usually constitute the main steps. Basic installations generally require following clear instructions and using simple tools. However, some models might have more complex features or hardwiring needs, which could make the process a bit more challenging. If you feel uncertain at any point, referring to the provided manual or seeking assistance from a professional installer could be helpful.

Is it good to hardwire a dash cam?

Hardwiring a dash cam is beneficial because it enables parking mode for continuous surveillance, offers a cleaner setup by hiding cables, and ensures constant power without the need to turn the camera on/off manually. However, it might be more complex to install, requiring a bit of technical knowledge about a car's electrical system. Improper installation could potentially void warranties or cause damage, so if you're not confident in your abilities, seeking professional help for hardwiring might be a good idea.

How do you hide the wire on a dash cam?

To hardwire a dash cam, first, gather a hardwire kit including the needed cable and tools. Find the vehicle's fuse box and select a fuse that turns on/off with the ignition. Install the add-a-circuit into this slot, connecting the dash cam's fuse to it. Then, connect the dash cam to the hardwire kit. Route the cable neatly along the car's interior edges, keeping it out of the way. Test the dash cam by turning on the ignition to ensure it powers up. Finally, secure the wiring to prevent movement and ensure a clean setup. If unsure, follow specific instructions provided or consider professional help to avoid potential damage or warranty issues.