There’s a lot happening while you drive and a second set of eyes can help give you peace of mind out there. Even a co-pilot can doze off, while a dash cam is ever alert to what’s happening, recording high-resolution footage with corresponding timestamps and GPS coordinates.

There are a few things to look at when choosing the best dash cam for your needs. First you should consider if you want a front, front/interior, or front/rear model.

You should also consider how wide of a viewing angle you’ll need. Then there are special features to consider such as voice control or parking assist.

We understand that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all model so we have put together a list of our recommendations for all types of dash cams with various features and prices

Rexing V1PGW-4K Wide Angle Dual Channel Dashboard Camera Recorder

1. Built in GPS & WiFi 2. 170 degree ultra wide angle lens

1. 3" IPS Touch Screen 2. Built-in GPS for live Speed, Compass & GEO Tagging

Rove R3 Dash Cam

1. High Dynamic Range 2. Loop Recording 3. Parking Monitor

ORSKEY Dash Cam for Cars Front and Rear

1. GPS 2. 4K + 1080 P 3. Touchscreen

4K Dual Dash Cam Front and Rear Dash Cam

1. 4K front + 1080P rear 2. Built-in Wi-Fi and Mobile App 3. 170° Wide Angle & WDR

Rexing V1P 4K Dual Dash Cam

1. 1440p front camera 2. 180 degree field of view 3. Voice control

Garmin Dash Cam Tandem

1. Advanced Driver Assistance System 2. Built in WiFi 3. 1080p FHD front camera

Thinkware F200 Pro Dash Cam

1. Sleek & Compact 2. Easy Installation

Nexar Beam GPS Dash Cam