Dash Cam Review: Wheel Witness

When I am out on the road for long trips, or even just trips in town, I seem to always run across something crazy! Drunk drivers, crashes, fires, almost getting hit by cars, etc. So having a dash cam is a must for me.

I recently picked up the Wheel Witness Camera on Amazon. Amazing purchase. Here’s why I like it:

– GPS Integration
– 2K resolution
– Lane departure, headlights off, and sleepy driver warnings
– Easy to navigate menu
– Motion/G Force detection for when the car is parked

I’ve attached a few pictures from my setup. Overall, I think it’s a super cheap camera that is great value for the money. Nowdays, you never know what you will see. I’ve sold lightning strike video from my dash cam, just from driving along and seeing a strike, not even storm chasing! A great investment.

Update: Recently I captured a police officer almost getting hit by a car. Video of that is here! It’s reasons like this that having a camera rolling at all times is so great. You never know what you might see!


Brandon Sullivan

I am an entrepreneur, meteorologist and storm chaser. I travel and take captivating photos and videos across the world. If I'm not chasing, I'm at the gym. All opinions are my own and do not represent my employers or investments.

3 thoughts on “Dash Cam Review: Wheel Witness

  • May 12, 2017 at 11:20 AM

    So, when you download the video from the device, does it absorb in one huge file or can you decide which part to retrieve? File type?

    • May 12, 2017 at 11:59 AM

      I haven’t downloaded anything off it but it records increments so a file for every 5 minutes or something so yes you can pick

  • August 13, 2017 at 4:41 PM

    The quality looks great. I like the fact that is has is GPS enabled, which is great! The price point is a little high, until you need the video and then it doesn’t seem unreasonable. Garmin is always known to put out really good products. Would love to see a sample video rather than stills, but great information.


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