Mio MiVue 388 HD will record video in your car

With so many dash cams being used by drivers in Russia, it was only a matter of time before the rest of the world started to realize what a great idea this is. Having a personal recording device will be able to capture your driving, which could come in handy if you are involved in an accident or are the victim of a crime while driving.

If you are looking for a way of how to record video in your car then there are already devices available, with the Mio MiVue 388 HD personal drive recorder being one of them.

We have a Mio MiVue 388 HD Personal Drive Recorder unboxing video for you to look at, which gives you a first look of what to expect from the box. There is no in-depth review of how it actually works, but it will no doubt be pretty straightforward.

The MiVue 388 specs can be seen here on the official Mio website, along with an overview of the features and also accessories to go with it. There are also two other models, the MiVue 338 and the MiVue 358.

Do you think we will start to see more dash cams in the US and Europe, and if so will this be used more as a way to help determine whose fault the car accident was or for amusement on YouTube?

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