Originally Posted by Roll_Bones
They "have" to drive with cameras? Cars too?
I don't know if it's a law but, according to Wired:
"The sheer size of the country, combined with lax — and often corrupt — law enforcement, and a legal system that rarely favors first-hand accounts of traffic collisions has made dash cams all but a requirement for motorists."
Why Almost Everyone in Russia Has a Dash Cam | Autopia | WIRED
"A dashcam (dashboard camera) refers to a portable and specialised onboard camera that attaches to the vehicle's interior windscreen by either via a supplied suction cup mount or tape mount. These dashcams basically continuously record whilst the vehicle is in motion or driven on the roadway.
Dashcams are widespread in Russia as a form of sousveillance, additional evidence in court, and as a guard against police corruption and insurance fraud. They have been called "ubiquitous" and "an on-line obsession", and are so prevalent that dashcam footage was the most common footage of the 2013 Chelyabinsk meteor, which was documented from a dozen angles