"Who's "sensitive" to folks abiding by the rules of the road? It's the whiff of self-righteousness that I don't dig. But upon re-reading your comments from November, it wasn't nearly as "offensive" as all that.…"
"Not sure the root of sensitivity to folks following the rules of the road. They're key to safe cycling, and a solution to many of the inherent safety problems of mixing of varied vehicles and pedestrians on the same surface. Traffic…"
"The answer here may depend on how you ride. If you stop at stop signs and lights, and otherwise follow the rules of the road, then your recordings would help you press a case, or, be exculpatory if there's a case against…"
"I've been using front and rear mounted cameras for around 10 years. I've never needed the footage, but I still run them, because if something does happen the camera will be there to tell the story to the authorities."
"On a related note, does anyone have any recommendations for a good commute camera, and if so why do you recommend it? I've been pondering getting one, and am looking for specific features that others find make the camera convenient and useful."
I've got a helmet camera that I almost never use. I'm contemplating recording my commute—just pondering whether it's worth it to gather footage that I'll usually never look at. You folks who record: Do you look back regularly/every time/only if something happens? Do you save your videos? Do you record "in case of disaster" or for other reasons? See More