On 7 April 2019 at around 6pm, a Jaguar XF and $23,500 worth of valuables were reported stolen from East Coast Car Park. How the police was able to arrest the suspect within 72 hours of the reported crime? Thanks to the important evidence from the dashcams of the other cars within the same car park.
If you are new to our BlackVue Cloud, this will be the right post for you.
The upcoming DR750-2CH LTE is the first BlackVue dashcam with built-in cellular connectivity (4G LTE) and will be available in Singapore from the week of 14 September 2020. For those who pre-order now are able to receive a free gift worth $65, details for this promotion is available here.
If you have –or if you are interesting in purchasing– a Wi-Fi-enabled BlackVue dashcam, you might be wondering how to unlock the dashcam’s full potential. From upgrading your firmware to changing your settings, managing your video files and more, as usual, we got you covered!
The latest BlackVue Viewer (Windows 3.01 / Mac 3.01) and BlackVue App (iOS 3.12 / Android 3.13) are available now.
Even when you are not directly involved in an accident, having a BlackVue dashcam is an indispensable asset.
Here is the part 2 of the video captured from this epic overland adventure road trip from Singapore to London.
Dear BlackVue User,
Good news! The BlackVue App (iOS/Android) and Viewer (macOS/Windows) had just been revamped with major changes.
In 2019, Grammar Productions recreated one of the 20th century's most iconic and challenging road journeys so called "The Last Overland", to drive 19,000 kilometres from Singapore to London in 111 days!