Dashcams are a game-changer when it comes to accident resolution, offering you an objective, first-hand account of everything that happened on the road. That being said, since many of them limited in operation to when you’re actually out and driving, leaving your car unattended can still prove to be a pretty stressful experience.
However, with the announcement of its all-new connected Dash Cam Series, Garmin now has not one, not two, but four different offerings that can give you the peace of mind you need when parking. That’s because — no matter if it’s the budget-friendly Mini 2 or the top-of-the-line 67W — each camera comes with support for Parking Guard push notifications, live view remote monitoring, and even 24 hours’ worth of cloud-based Vault storage. As you’d expect, the recording quality improves as you move up the range, with the Mini 2 offering 1080p HD video, the 47 gaining GPS tagging, the 57 upgraded to 1440p, and the 67W adding a 180-degree lens. Rounded out by features like Driver Alerts, voice control, and a 2″ LCD display, you can buy the Garmin Dash Cam Series starting at $130.