Help protect your car 24/7 with Car Cam, the dual-facing vehicle security camera. Two HD cameras1 record movement, giving you a better picture of suspicious activity to help keep you ahead of a break-in and more. You’ll also get real-time alerts when motion is detected and check in anytime with Live View and Two-Way Talk in the Ring App when your Car Cam is connected to your home wifi.
Get on-the-go LTE connectivity for your Car Cam to get real-time alerts, use Live View, Two-Way Talk, and other features2, with a Ring Protect Go subscription, sold separately.
Can you use Car Cam with your vehicle?
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- FREE Expedited Shipping & FREE Returns
- A free 30-day trial of Ring Protect Go2
- This product can only ship to addresses in the 50 US states (not territories)
- Car Cam is not compatible with certain electric and other vehicles; check here to review a list of known vehicles that are NOT compatible.
- Some jurisdictions regulate or prohibit use of this device. You are solely responsible for complying with applicable laws.
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Dual-Facing HD Cameras1
Live View + Two-Way Talk2
GPS location 2
Audio + Video Privacy Cover
The Ring App puts you in the driver’s seat.
1.6 in. x 8.4 in. x 1.6 in. (41mm x 214mm x 42mm)
Live View, and local playback: up to 540p
Cloud Highlights, and downloaded videos: up to 1080p
Motion Detection3 with adjustable sensitivity
External-facing camera: 111.5° horizontal, 56° vertical, 119.5° diagonal
Cabin-facing camera: 148° horizontal, 82.5° vertical, diagonal 153°
Powered by plugging device into OBD-II port of vehicle (power cable and OBD-II adapter included); Output: 12V–20V, max 3A
802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connection @ 2.4GHz
4G LTE cellular connectivity with a Ring Protect Go subscription, sold separately.
Setup in the Ring App and easily install
14°F to 131°F (-10°C to 55°C)
Requires OBD-II port in vehicle. Secure all cables when installing the device to avoid loose cables that can interfere with the operation of your vehicle.
OBD-II Power Cable Adapter
USB-C Power Cable
Window Security Sticker
This device receives guaranteed software security updates until at least four years after the device is last available for purchase as a new unit on our websites. Learn more. If you already own a Ring device, visit Software Security Updates in Ring Control Center for information specific to your device.
Frequently Asked Questions
Ring Car Cam connects to your vehicle’s OBD-II port and is powered by the car’s battery. Car Cam has a power management system which will turn itself off in advance of ever depleting the car's battery. For safety, only use Car Cam in vehicles where the OBD-II port is located to the left of the driver’s side dash. You can confirm your car's OBD-II port location here. For help locating your car’s OBD-II port, please check your vehicle’s owner’s manual.
Ring Car Cam remains vigilant while the car is parked, or off, and can continue to help keep your car secure to work in a low-power mode. Car Cam will "wake up" to record triggered events like motion detected.
Ring Car Cam goes into a low-power mode when the vehicle is parked to draw even less power from the battery between uses. Although the device will monitor your car’s battery level and shut down when needed to help preserve the car battery, you should make sure your battery is healthy or else you will not be able to use the device.
A Ring Protect Go subscription is required to stay notified about and check in on your your car when it’s on the go. Otherwise, if events occur while your car is away from your home wifi, your notifications will be queued up and delivered to you once Car Cam re-connects to your home wifi. See here for more information on Ring Protect Go subscriptions.
Car Cam can save videos locally to the device, which can be played back in the Ring App. To download or share these videos, or store video highlights in the cloud to access anytime up to 180 days, subscription to Ring Protect Go is required, sold separately.
For privacy inside the car, at any time, flip up the built-in Privacy Cover to turn off the mic and block the cabin-facing camera.
You can also disable location sharing at any time through the Ring App.
To record a crucial moment with Traffic Stop, say “Alexa, record”, and your Ring Car Cam will capture the scene for up to 20 minutes, even if you are parked with the car turned off. Additionally, with a Protect Go subscription, the beginning of the event will also be uploaded to the cloud.
Yes! Ring Car Cam wifi does not have to be on the same network as other Ring devices, but is limited to only one wifi network at a time. Wifi settings can be changed in the Ring App.
Yes, Ring Protect Go is the only subscription plan that supports Ring Car Cam.