Rideshare dash cams is a segment of the dual-channel cameras specifically designed for taxi and Uber drivers. Not only such systems record the road ahead, but they also equipped with an interior camera that records the passengers inside providing evidence in case of any false accusations and often encouraging drunk (or otherwise difficult) passengers to behave.
As a driver, you won’t usually want to have your cabin lights on when driving, so the main feature of any rideshare cam is an infrared (IR) interior camera. The IR lights are not visible to the human eye yet do a great job of illuminating the car’s interior at night, without bothering the driver.
Both the front and the interior cameras may either be built into one body or come as two separate units connected with a cable which is more flexible when it comes to mounting on the windscreen.