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Ring stops selling its Car Cam dash cam

A small camera on top of a long black stand fitted onto a car windshield.
If you wanted a Ring Car Cam you’re too late. | Photo by Jennifer Pattison Tuohy / The Verge

Ring confirmed to The Verge that it has stopped selling its Ring Car Cam, a dashcam / security camera hybrid that records the road and the driver while in motion and acts as a security camera when a vehicle is parked. The product, which launched at CES 2023, has been hard to come by since going on sale last January, and customers who tried to purchase one in the last few months are finding those orders canceled.

“We’ve experienced ongoing delays with Car Cam and have decided to stop the sale of the device,” Ring spokesperson Andrea McDonald told The Verge in an email. “Customers who purchased a Car Cam will continue to receive software updates and support. We remain excited about opportunities to innovate in the auto space.”


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