In this day and age, Ring’s Traffic Stop is a necessary accessory
Ring’s Head of Mobile Products Nathan Ackerman, in an interview with Roadshow, said, “Traffic stops can be a time when having video is important, so that everyone remains on their best behavior. So, we developed a feature to support that.” While most of the video that you see on the news from powder keg incidents are recorded by witnesses with their smartphones, there is no guarantee that such an eyewitness will be found at your scene with phone in hand and settings at the ready to record what is about to go down.
Amazon purchased Ring in February of 2018 for $1 billion.
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