The 5 Best GPS With Dash Cam December, 2018 (And 5 Other Models)
Alphachooser's list of the newest GPS with dash cam includes only GPS that obey to these criteria:
- Obviously, they must include a built-in dash cam
- Preferably, GPS with dash cams must also come with sufficient built-in memory to save the cam's images.
Based on its aggregated rank of 77%, we conclude that the Garmin NuviCam is currently Alphachooser's best dashcam gps 2018/2019. Alphachooser also concludes that our sample of 550 reviews from our sources gives us a high confidence level (more on confidence levels) that justifies calling it a "no-brainer best choice."
|Average rating: (77%) (550 reviews over 4 sources)|
Based on 3.5 stars averaged over 117 reviews, we rank this Garmin model second best dashcam gps. * Our list is based on a full computation of hundreds of dashcam gps reviews from multiple sources.
The Garmin DezlCam LMTHD is a 6-inch truck GPS with a built-in dash cam and a powered magnetic mount (for easy removal), only 30 minutes of usage without the plug, plus classic truck safety navigation warning features (bridge heights, weight limits, etc.).
|Average rating: (71%) (117 reviews over 3 sources)|
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The Pyle PLDNVR708 is a 7-inch GPS and entertainment system kit that includes a stereo receiver, Bluetooth wireless streaming, multimedia controls, a basic GPS unit, and a 1080p dash cam plus a backup camera.
|Average rating: (54%) (18 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Rand McNally OverDryve 7C is an inferior, but also cheaper version of the OverDryve 7 Car GPS, the 7-inch Rand McNally 7C can function as a tablet because of its Android 6.0 operating system, includes a 5-megapixel DashCam and houses some rather above-average specs, such as a 1GB RAM, a 2800mAh battery, and a 16GB memory, all packed in its 0.8-pound body with a 5-megapixel rear dash cam.
|Average rating: (52%) (14 reviews)|
The Rand McNally OverDryve 8 Pro is a truck GPS that doubles as an Android tablet with its 8-megapixel front and 2-megapixel back camera (that acts as a dashcam), SiriusXM radio (with three months free), 8-inch display, Wi-Fi, and the expected truck-specific features, like e-log, voice assistance and hands-free calling and texting.
|Average rating: (44%) (15 reviews)|
The Rand McNally OverDryve 7 RV is an RV GPS with almost the same features as those of its car version, from its Android tablet-like capabilities, the 1280 x 800 display resolution, the 8-megapixel dash cam and 2-megapixel front camera, and the 6-hour battery life -- except that the RV GPS's POIs focus more on RV parks and centers (unsurprisingly).
More GPS with dash cam, sorted by the latest model first:
The Azgiant NT-80 is a 7-inch truck GPS that encompasses a dash cam with a night vision feature, 150-degree wide angle vision and records at 1080p. Its 16-gigabyte internal memory and surprisingly-thin 6mm body complete the picture.
|Average rating: (64%) (22 reviews over 2 sources)|
The Garmin DriveAssist 50LMT is a 5-inch voice-controllable car GPS that goes with the flow of having a built-in dashcam and uses it in particular for lane-departure and forward-collision warnings.
|Average rating: (77%) (156 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Magellan RoadMate 6220-LM DashCam Navigator is a 5-inch dash-cam GPS sporting an HD cam with a wide-angle lens (120 degrees) and a G-Shock sensor (to saveguard crash/event data), and free lifetime map updates.
|Average rating: (58%) (19 reviews over 3 sources)|
The Pyle PLCMDVR7G is a Bluetooth-capable rear-view mirror-mounted 4.3-inch car GPS featuring a built-in adjustable swivel 1.3-megapixel camera, and offering video input capabilities, including picture in picture display and automatic collision record function.
|Average rating: (58%) (5 reviews over 2 sources)|