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While driving for Uber or Lyft has its perks it can also lead to troublesome situations. Many drivers, to avoid being wrongly accused or to secure evidence of wrongdoings, have decided to install dash cam video and audio recorders in their cars. On the help section of Uber's website, they state that drivers may “install and use video cameras to record riders for purposes of safety.” However, Uber also encourages drivers to check local regulations on using and disclosing their recording equipment. Many areas have laws in effect that require drivers to make their passengers aware of any video or audio recording that may be in progress during the ride.
Of course, you could simply tape a piece of paper up in your car with the warning but why not take it up a notch and display a nice crisp small warning sticker in the back of your vehicle? Some city regulations even allow for drivers to place the warning on the outside of their vehicle which may be more attractive to you. Our free warning stickers can be placed either inside or outside your vehicle and at only 2"x6" they are not too imposing.
You can order you free dash cam warning sticker here. Make sure to also check out our fun free tip stickers while your there!