Certainly will not come under data protection (GDPR) now.What’s peoples thoughts experience in Kia dealers disconnecting dash cams when in for service or work
not allowed too as private property or
allowed as part of data protection
also not a kia but still This Audi owner tracked his car going 122mph WHILE it was 'being serviced'When I took my BMW i3 in for service at a main dealer, not only did they unplug the dashcam, they disabled the GPS so you could not track the car when they had it.
They then added 30 miles to it whilst they serviced it.
When they handed it back, they denied it had gone 30 miles and didn't plug the dashcam back in and reinstate the GPS.
BMW dealerships are the reason I don't drive a BMW any more.
Kia already have. & most other manufactures have.I understand Tesla cars have several on board and internal cameras for a variety of purposes, so much so that their cars have been banned from Chinese military bases. Interesting how this will carry forwards as most electric cars will have the same soon.