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@jrick @wirecutter They're designed to replace a car's original stereo head unit, and should fit any car that has a standard double-DIN (8x4-inch) opening in the dash for the stereo. You can call a dealer or car-stereo installer to check.
@gershonmarx @thewirecutter Only two of the inflators we tested were rated for 10 amps--AAA and Campbell Hausfeld--but neither was very impressive. Good alternatives are the Slime cordless model 40033 (but keep it charged) or one of the direct-to-battery models, which all performed well but cost more $$.
@im_jagga @wirecutter When using both front and rear cams, we think a 32 GB (Class 10) is a minimum. If you want it only for recording rare events (a collision), you don't need a big card. If you're recording scenic vistas as you drive, a larger card lets you fit more on before it starts overwriting.
@ProducerDaveF @wirecutter In your situation, I'd go with the Thinkware X350. 1080p resolution is a little lower than most of our picks, but it's still pretty sharp, with good overall image quality.
@flenser @wirecutter Lee, Some locations have more than one plug available. Sorry if this isn't clear.
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