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Vantrue Hardwire Kit Collection

Secure non-stop protection with the Vantrue hardwire kit collection, designed to keep your dash cams powered directly from your vehicle's electrical system.

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Continuous Power with Vantrue Hardwire Kit

The Vantrue hardwire kit enables constant power supply to your dash cam, ensuring that you never miss important footage due to a drained battery. This setup is ideal for drivers who require around-the-clock surveillance, including when the vehicle is parked.

Maintain a Clean and Organized Look

Installing a Vantrue hardwire kit helps preserve the clean aesthetic of your vehicle's interior. By tucking away cables and freeing up your car's power outlets, the hardwire kit offers a seamless integration of your dash cam.

Enhanced Parking Mode Functionality

With the Vantrue hardwire kit, take advantage of advanced parking mode features. The kit allows dash cams to record continuously or trigger based on motion or impact, providing you with complete peace of mind when your car is unattended.

Easy Installation for Immediate Use

Setting up your Vantrue hardwire kit is straightforward. Each kit comes with detailed instructions, making it easy to equip your dash cam for persistent operation, without requiring extensive automotive knowledge.

The Vantrue hardwire kit collection is perfect for drivers seeking a permanent, reliable dash cam power solution that supports full functionality. With these kits, you can drive and park with the assurance that your dash cam will always be ready to capture the journey.


What is the use of a hardwire kit for a dash cam?

A hardwire kit for a dash cam does a few important things. First, it directly connects the dash cam to the car's electrical system, making sure the camera has power all the time. This is handy because it allows the dash cam to work even when the car is turned off, recording any movement or impacts in a parking mode. It also often has safety features to prevent draining the car's battery too much, so your car can still start. Plus, it helps keep things looking neat by hiding cables, making for a cleaner and tidier setup in your car.

Can you hardwire a dash cam yourself?

Certainly! Here are simplified steps to hardwire a dash cam yourself:

1. Gather Tools and Kit: Collect the hardwire kit, wire strippers, and possibly electrical tape.
2. Locate Fuse Box: Find the car's fuse box, often under the dashboard or in the engine area.
3. Identify Fuses: Locate a fuse that turns on/off with the car's ignition and another for constant power.
4. Connect Ground Wire: Attach the ground wire to a metal part of the vehicle.
5. Fuse Tap Connection: Use fuse taps to connect the power cable to chosen fuses, following the kit's instructions.
6. Test Functionality: Turn on the dash cam to ensure it powers up and records properly.
7. Secure Wires: Ensure all connections are secure and won't interfere with vehicle operation.

If you're unsure or uncomfortable working with car wiring, it's wise to seek help from a professional to prevent any issues. Incorrect connections can cause damage.

What is the difference between hardwire and USB dash cam?

A hardwired dash cam connects directly to the car's electrical system through a hardwire kit, offering continuous power and supporting parking mode. It hides cables and doesn't rely on the car being on. On the other hand, a USB-powered dash cam plugs into the car's USB port or accessory outlet, only receiving power when the car is running, and might not support parking mode. The choice between the two depends on power needs and installation preferences.