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Scots tourists warned as dashcam law puts drivers at risk of hefty fines this summer

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UK holidaymakers who drive abroad with dashcams fitted into their car face risks of being hit with staggering fines.A dashcam is the latest car accessory which can offer a watchful eye over your vehicle when you're not around.

The onboard camera continually records the view through the front or rear windscreen, which can help identify anyone who attempts to steal or damage your car.As the device is relatively new to the market, there are some facts about dashcams which you may not be aware of.

For example, they are banned from some EU countries, meaning tourists who drive with the devices could be slapped with a fine of up to £9,000.Luckily, the car experts at Hippo Leasing have revealed seven unexpected facts about dashcams.

The car rental business have also spoken to insurance provider Adrian Flux for their take on how this gadget may lower insurance premiums.

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