If you've got the new Tesla Model 3, then you are probably excited to see their new front-facing dashcam to keep you safe on the road, but their dashcam does work slightly different to other models so requires a different set-up.
To set your dashcam up on your Tesla Model 3 you need to ensure you have a USB drive and that it's formatted properly inside of the dashcam.
So as we can go into further detail about setting up your dashcam on your Tesla Model 3 and other models, we've composed a short guide below which will discuss how to set up your dashcam on a Tesla, how to use your Tesla dashcam and a few important tips.
Let's get into it!
Unlike other dashcams where you set them manually and can access all your footage, the Tesla 3 works by allowing you to plug in a USB flash drive which saves the last 10 minutes of the footage picked up by the Tesla dashcam by tapping a button, giving you the most important moments of an incident.
The front-facing dashcam on the Tesla 3 is fitted on other models such as the Y, S and X model too, setting it up can be a little overwhelming, however, so we've put together our best step by step for helping you through the process below.
There are a few different functions of your Tesla 3 dashcam which are worth getting to know so as you can the most out of the cam, we've listed some ways to use the device below.
Overall, setting up your dashcam on your Tesla Model 3 is simple once you have the right USB and format it, we would also suggest using one separately for music. You can always switch to a regular dashcam if you want more control over your footage in terms of it being overwritten or recording for longer as the Tesla overwrites its footage after one hour.
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