Do insurers class dash cams as a modification that you have to declare?

Is a dash camera classed as a modification for insurance purposes?

Asked on 12 February 2018 by Tony Richardson

Answered by Honest John
Depends on the insurer, as well as whether it's a permanent fitment. In my opinion, no it isn't a modification.
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