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This intrepid dash cam records sharp, full-color HD video at 30 frames per second.
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The dash cam revolution has made it easier than ever to document your adventures on the road, not to mention the fact that they can be invaluable when it comes to defending yourself in the event of a crash.

Whether you're a professional driver who makes a living behind the wheel, or a casual road-tripper who wants to catalogue your journeys in HD video and crisp sound, the U-Drive: DVR Dash Cam with Night Vision has you covered for just $20.

Featuring six infrared LEDs and a wide lens for unparalleled captures, this intrepid dash cam records sharp, full-color HD video at 30 frames per second.

You'll be able to quickly and easily mount the cam on either your dash or windshield, and the 100-degree lens ensures that every element of your forward-facing view is captured with stunning clarity.

You'll also be able to record both video and audio onto a removable SD card, and a motion-detection feature allows you to save both battery power and disk space when you're on the go.

Protect yourself in the event of a crash while capturing your surroundings in perfect HD detail with a U-Drive: DVR Dash Cam with Night Vision for just $20—50 percent off its usual price for a limited time.

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