You get what you pay for
I bought it at a truck stop on a trip to Michigan from Oregon last year. I had been using my smartphone to record the trip and was pleased with the quality of video from the smartphone, but it kept running hot. So, I saw this DashCam Pro at a T/A truck stop in Rawlins Wyoming on sale for $29.95, so I thought why not? It didn't come with an SD card, so I swung into Walmart and spent more on the card than I did for the dashcam.
The best thing about the camera was the packaging. It has a very low resolution; the camera cannot make out license plate numbers of cars you are stopped behind at red lights. It shows a very narrow field of view stops recording after about 30 minutes but doesn't let you know that. When I got home I took it out of my car and tossed it in a drawer. It is too light to even be a good paperweight.
It will not stay on
What gives. It starts with ignition and after two minutes, it says goodbye and turns off. No support help. I give up. Ok, I just gave money to China, what a piece?