While recording during an ICBC driving exam is typically not allowed, dash cam footage may help during regular instruction with student drivers. Accidents happen from time to time, and one can see why insurance adjusters may want to blame inexperienced drivers for causing accidents. That's why it's important to protect the driver and the business with irrefutable video evidence.
The Thinkware U1000 is one of the best dash cams on the market, with 4K front resolution and 2K rear resolution. It also records in parking mode which will protect against hit and runs, vandalism, and more. Smaller cars like this Corolla however, typically have smaller batteries and don't allow for much parking recording time. That's why this customer opted for the Cellink Neo battery pack as he wanted overnight recording for this camera system to keep the car protected as much as possible. The battery takes approximately 45 minutes of driving to fully charge, which isn't a problem at all for driving school vehicles which see a lot of run time. This customer also opted for the U1000 Radar module which further extends parking recording by using a more energy efficient method of motion detection.