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Vantrue's Loop Recording Dash Cam Range

Browse through Vantrue's selection of loop recording dash cams, offering the convenience of continuous, uninterrupted footage. Our collection focuses on providing a reliable solution to capture every moment of your driving experience without any manual intervention.

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Unbeatable Loop Recording Feature

With Vantrue's loop recording dash cam technology, your device automatically records over the oldest files, ensuring you never run out of space. This feature guarantees that the most recent footage is always available when you need it, making these cameras indispensable for daily drivers and professionals alike.

Superior Incident Detection

Vantrue dash cams equipped with loop recording also include advanced incident detection. Sensitive G-sensors lock and protect footage in the event of an impact or sudden braking, preserving crucial evidence for any insurance claims or legal matters, all while continuing the loop recording seamlessly.

User-Friendly Interfaces

At Vantrue, we pride ourselves on creating dash cams with user-friendly interfaces. Our loop recording dash cams are no exception, with straightforward setup and operation that allow drivers to focus on the road rather than fiddling with settings or worrying about storage capacity.

Versatile Storage Solutions

Our loop recording dash cams support a variety of storage options, including high-capacity memory cards. They are engineered to work flawlessly with continuous recording, so whether you're on a short commute or a long road trip, your dash cam will reliably document your journey.

Vantrue's loop recording dash cams represent the pinnacle of efficiency and convenience. Designed to meet the needs of any motorist, they deliver continuous coverage, smart storage management, and peace of mind. Explore our collection and find the perfect dash cam to keep a watchful eye on the road ahead, trip after trip.


What does loop recording mean on a dashcam?

Loop recording on a dashcam means that it continuously records and overwrites video footage in a loop. As the memory card fills up, the oldest recordings are automatically deleted to make space for new ones. This ensures that the dashcam is always recording without needing manual intervention, capturing important events on the road and providing peace of mind.

Can you get a dashcam that records all the time?

Yes, there are dashcams available that can record continuously without relying on loop recording. However, these dashcams typically have larger storage capacities and may use features such as dual memory card slots or built-in hard drives to accommodate the extended recording duration. Loop recording on a dashcam is a highly advantageous feature by ensuring continuous recording without worrying about storage limitations. As the memory card fills up, the dashcam automatically overwrites the oldest footage, allowing you to capture new events without intervention. This means you don't have to regularly manage or manually delete recordings. Loop recording guarantees that your dashcam is always ready to capture important moments on the road, providing you with peace of mind and ensuring that critical incidents are never missed.

Should I turn off loop recording?

No, it is generally recommended to keep loop recording enabled on your dashcam. Loop recording offers several benefits, such as continuous recording without the need for manual intervention and the assurance that your dashcam is always capturing the latest events on the road. By keeping loop recording turned on, you can ensure that your dashcam is ready to document any incidents or unexpected situations that may occur during your journeys. Additionally, loop recording helps optimize storage space by automatically overwriting the oldest footage, allowing for uninterrupted recording.

What happens if you turn off loop recording?

If you turn off loop recording on your dashcam, it will stop overwriting old footage and recording once the storage is full. This means you'll need to manually manage storage space, deleting or transferring files to make room for new recordings. Disabling loop recording also increases the risk of missing important events once the storage is full. It's generally recommended to keep loop recording enabled for continuous and hassle-free recording.