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I'm not sold on any cams with parking mode. This is an invitation for someone to bust a window because they see something that appears expensive sitting in plain view waiting to be stolen. Then you're out the price of the cam AND any deductible your comprehensive has (if you even have comprehensive).
Dash cams in the modern era are so common that no one would bat an eye even if they saw it fixed to the outside of the car (yes this is a bit exaggerated). The point is, having the parking mode running in the event of a hit and run is worth the sleep you 'll doubtfully lose. I've already filed one no fault claim thanks to my cam, albeit not this exact model and my windows and windshield are still intact.
I been in 2 accident that have not been my fault and because my I didn’t have prof it affected my insurance premium. If I have the dash cam I could have been good to go on both ocations.