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Garmin Dash Cam

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55, 45, 66W, etc...
2.7 from 23 reviews


  • Build Quality
    3.3 (6)
  • Value for Money
    2.3 (6)
  • Ease of Use
    2.8 (6)
  • Readable Number PlatesYes (75%) · No (25%)
  • Battery Life
    1.7 (3)
  • Video Quality
    3.5 (4)
  • Audio Quality
    4.5 (2)
  • Night-Time Video Quality
    3.3 (4)

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Neil39Sydney, NSW

  • 9 reviews

This has already saved my Insurance excess.


I am well and truly in front. I purchased the camera on points. The camera and features are great. Particularly the speed/red light warnings. I had a truck wipe out my wing mirror and the truck company later disputed the Insurance claim. I had it all on camera and they had no leg to stand on. The features on the 55 are better than the other camera(Garmin also) on my other car. It's a winner.



  • 10 reviews

Nice dash cam


We bought this garmin dash cam 45 for our family car, it has all the functions that we needed, it can records all the drivings and the images are great. It is very easy to use too, capture excellent videos even in the night time or a rainy day, makes me feel safe.



  • 5 reviews

Outstanding Dash Cam


I recently purchased my Garmin dash cam 55, don't let the size fool you it is not much bigger than a box of matches but it packs a huge amount of useful features. Including forward collision alert, lane departure warning, red light and speed camera warning & voice control that allows you to take still images time lapse, video save, all you need to say is "hello Garmin" and a sub menu appears you just speak the one you want. It is that easy it also come with an 8gb card so you just plug and play, it has setting for centre left or right mounting whichever one you choose. It has a magnetic mount for easy removal and because of its size is not obstructive.

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Phil R.

Phil R.asked

No problems with the picture quality, the red light and speed camera work as they should but the lane departure is completely useless. Have had the camera exchanged for a new and both have been the same. Own a Mazda BT50 and it matters not a jot if I program the Garmin for high or low. Very disappointing.

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Why, why will it only work with the supplied cable? Had it for two months now and still can not get it to do anything? It keeps turning itself off? What a waste of money, for a supposedly good unit. Do you need to go to night school for six months to use it? Is there an online course?

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Garry J
Garry J

Sounds like mine....propriety cables I believe. Both mine used to work until they stopped completely and wouldn’t turn back on - poor batteries/charging management in my opinion.


Why do this? In the pursuit of extra profit they make a unit very ordinary to own and operate.

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