"I've caught an incident on my dashcam - what should I do?"

One of the most common and popular modifications to make to a new vehicle isn't a set of shiny alloy wheels, a thumping stereo or custom paint job – it's a dashcam. These tiny gadgets slip neatly behind a car's rear-view mirror and film the road ahead, and anybody who's had to make use of the footage from one knows how useful they can be in proving blame in a collision.

With more and more vehicles being equipped with this tech, it's becoming somewhat of a grey area on what to do if you film something.