Ring Car Cam
  • Ring Car Cam Information

    Ring Car Cam is a dual-facing dashboard security camera with safety features designed for your car whether you're parked or on the go. Car Cam's built-in sensors and advanced disturbance detection can sense movement in and around your car, send alerts in real-time, and record incidents on the roa...

  • Cool Down Mode for Car Cam

    Code: W6-02 Learn what to do if your Car Cam enters Cool Down Mode or overheats, and how to prevent this from happening. Extreme temperatures and other conditions may cause your Ring Car Cam to enter Cool Down Mode or overheat. When this happens, you’ll see a fan icon on your Ring app main dash...

  • How to Download Car Cam Videos

    If you have a Ring Protect Go Subscription, you can download your Car Cam videos from the Ring app. Open the Ring app. Tap the menu on the top left (☰). Tap History. Tap Devices. Check the bubble for your Car Cam. Then tap the Filter Devices button. Scroll to the video you want to share and o...

  • Vehicle Battery Usage for Car Cam

    Ring Car Cam is designed to shut off automatically when a vehicle’s battery goes below a certain voltage. This happens to prevent excessive battery drain. Several factors can impact battery life such as: The battery’s age How often the vehicle is driven Other electrical devices active in the v...

  • How to use Traffic Stop with Ring Car Cam

    Traffic Stop is a feature for Ring Car Cam that lets you record an interaction and upload it to the cloud without taking your hands off the wheel. A Ring Protect Go subscription* is required to use the Cloud Highlights feature. For safety reasons, and in accordance with state and jurisdictional l...

  • Physically Install Ring Car Cam

    Ring Car Cam plugs into your vehicle’s OBD-II port and should only be used in vehicles where the OBD-II port is located to the left of the steering wheel. Check the location of the OBD-II port in your vehicle owner’s manual. Ring Car Cam is not compatible with all vehicles regardless of the OBD-I...

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  • Car Cam: Incompatible Vehicles and Accessories

    Car Cam plugs into your vehicle’s OBD-II port. For safety, only use Car Cam in vehicles where the OBD-II port is located to the left side of the steering wheel, as highlighted below. Consult your owner’s manual or use Ring’s OBD-II port locator to find your car’s OBD-II port.     Unrelated to th...