I use it as well with my S10+. I used to use a vent clip style phone that I didn't have confidence that it would stay latched to the vent. I would push it back in every so often to be sure. I don't have to worry about the phone falling down with this clip.
I've got the Blackvue 124x and 124e battery packs which gives me about 2 days worth of recording. Went with the 750 as it has better night recording in my opinion. Also, the built in LTE was a plus as I didn't want to buy an extra LTE module.
Camera is constantly recording is how sensitive the motion detection is. When I first got the cam I had the notification turned on and it wouldn't shut up about it detecting motion...
My co-workers exhaust sets off the impact sensor and I'm notified which is good enough for me.
I'm using Blackvue 750LTE with T-mobile 2 gig plan which is $10 a month... I'm using the Blackvue free subscription. Motion detection is super sensitive so I've got that notification turned off in parking mode. I'm notified when there is an impact though.
My wife gets car sick in cars that ride too smooth.... She is not able to ride in most Toyota's, Nissan's Honda's... German cars are just fine for her for the most part which is a plus for me :-). But yeah, the only way to find out for sure if it's tolerable for her is take a test drive.
I checked my oil level at 5k before oil change and it was still at max. My commute to work is 30+ miles with most of it being hwy. Not sure if the folks that are have consumption issues are driving less and not letting the oil/engine get to temp.
My previous 335i with the n54 engine seemed...
I try to avoid attention these days but still need tint... i used to do 5% all around when I was younger and never had an issue except in VA. Only reason I was in the state was to trade in a car...
Below is what is on the Supra...
Tint used Solargard Vortex IR, it's a ceramic tint
Is there enough room to install 2 Blendmounts? I currently have the Blendmount for Escort 360C and I've got a Blackvue 750 LTE on order. Front windshield is tinted so I'd rather not stick the cam on the tint if possible.
Has anyone tried the below fix?
Launch your Android Settings.
Locate Developer Options and tap on it.
Scroll down to the Networking section
You should find the option for Disable Absolute Volume. The setting will be toggled to OFF by default.
Toggle it to turn it ON.
I drove up to Freeman Toyota in Santa Rosa. Everyone else around in the Bay Area wouldn't budge at all.
brugadathug posted the one at Freeman Toyota and I jumped on it. Really wasn't looking for an A91 but glad I got it.