Preaching to the choir but the Anker Roav C2 is worth 100x its weight in gold.
My Anker Roav C2 perfectly captured an incident last week where I was rear ended in traffic and the other driver attempted to flee. The high G shock sensor capture the impact and wide angle lens recorded her nearly hitting two other vehicles trying to speed away. The make, model, license plate, and surrounding details made for an airtight case in my favor. I did catch up to her and managed to get her information.
Throughout the exchange, she made all sorts of claims such as not being sure if she actually hit me. The camera proved this was not true as the first thing she did after stopping was check the front of her car. She also told the insurance company she and her friends were in fear of their lives as I has been aggressive. Once again the camera proved this was a lie and showed the opposite occurred. Despite the events, I remained calm, never raised my voice, and only ask for relevant information. Her male companion repeatedly postured himself in a way to appear intimidating. The female companion used quite a bit of foul language and suggested multiple time I was at fault. One final claim was there was no safe place to pull over. The camera captured no less than 10 locations including several designated for such emergencies where she could have safely stopped. In fact the place she finally stopped at was a busy thoroughfare with "No Stopping" signs all along the sidewalk. The Roav also captured those signs.
When I filed the claim with her insurance company, I mentioned that I had captured the entire incident on dashcam. The agent ask I provide the footage to back my statement and rebuttal to the claims of the other party. I sent in the clips that evening and by 10AM the next morning, the agent informed me their client was 100% at fault, everything I stated was true, and they wanted to fully settle the matter to my satisfaction.
Thank you Anker for the Roav dashcam! Without the excellent video, it would have been "he said, she said" and a messy drawn out claims process.