Drive recorder sales surge in "Aori Driving" incident August 19th 17:27
In response to this incident on the Joban Expressway in Moriya City, Ibaraki Prefecture, many car buyers visit the car supply stores in Tokyo.
At car supply stores in Koto Ward, Tokyo, more customers are coming to buy drive recorders after the incident on the Joban Expressway was reported. According to stores, the number of units sold at stores nationwide That means it has grown by about 1.4 times compared to the same period.
This store handles about 30 types of drive recorders, but the best-selling type is one that can shoot both the front and back, and even when it is lifted from behind, the situation is recorded.
Also, since the situation when it was beaten in the car in this case was taken, it means that sales of types that can shoot without 360 degrees blind spots such as in the car and on both sides of the car as well as before and after the car are growing. .
In addition, stickers that say “I have a drive recorder” are also sold, and just sticking them on the car body will also inhibit the driving.
A man in his 40s who came to buy a drive recorder is talking about "I'm scared because I don't know what kind of people are on the road. I think that it will help when I get involved in trouble with the drive recorder" It was.
Naoyuki Chino of “A PIT AUTOBACS Shinonome” said, “I feel that interest in drive recorders has increased greatly since the incident. There are an increasing number of people who want to leave evidence when they encounter trouble. Was n’t it? ”