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Holidaymakers warned over breaking dash cam laws abroad

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Motorists travelling abroad have been warned that they could be unintentionally breaking the law if they have a dashcam fitted to their car.

In some EU countries, dashcams are banned and using them could result in a hefty fine, according to leasing service Hippo Leasing.

However, Insurance provider Adrian Flux has noted that using a dash cam can come with its benefits. Tom Preston, Founder of Hippo Leasing said: “Having a dash cam in your vehicle is the best way to protect yourself in the event of an accident or an insurance claim.

Not only can the footage captured be used to bring premiums down, it can also be used as vital evidence in court. Read more: Woman grabbed from behind and told not to scream in chilling woods attack "We would recommend motorists be mindful of where they position their dash cam gadget so as not to obstruct their view of the road, and to put it away into the glove compartment when the vehicle is not in use in order to deter thieves.

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