GPS company Navman have turned their attention to dash cams with a robust waterproof unit built especially for motorcycles. Since about half of all riders having recently experienced a near-miss, it’s a good idea to have video proof of the perpetrator. It could be a driver who opened a car open on you or a driver who didn’t check their blind spot for motorcycles. Now Navman have a dash cam that you can fit to the front and back of your bike to record these incidents and provide proof of who was at fault. The Navman MiVue™ M760D dash cam features two cameras with a 130◦ wide-angle glass lenses. Recording in Full HD 1080P at 30FPS and with the Premium STARVIS™ Low Light Sensor, it promises crisp images in all lighting conditions so you can see things such as number plates and faces. The 3-Axis G-Sensor and GPS Tagging stamps your footage with an exact location, time and speed at the time of an incident. There is also a button on the GPS multifunction control box installed on the handlebar to activate emergency recording to prevent files from being overwritten. See alsoGear/accessoriesHelmetsReview: ATLAS 3 full-face helmet With EZYSHARE Instantly via WIFI you can view footage in real-time and share it via the MiVue™ Pro mobile app. The MiVue™ M760D is IP67 waterproof, has a metal casing and full glass lens. It costs $599 and may require professional fitting by an auto-electrician as it’s wired in. However, you can get 20% off and free shipping if you buy using the code M760D20 on the Navman Australia website. Offer ends 31 October 2021.