With the ignition live guide I made you can always keep the camera running with engine on by leaving the ignition on. There is an option for a 10 seconds delay before shut down after power loss, this will allow you to switch off your engine and switch ignition back on without disturbing your camera power flow.
Don't have a mobius, but I recommend you have it running when the car is running really... If you're stopped in traffic or something and you get rear ended or someone rolls back onto you...
I know, the only way that i have read to ensure its on always is to press the record button at the start and end of my journeys, but knowing my luck i will forget to turn it off one night and the battery will die
Im sure most have read about what happen to Jeebs in a previous thread and I too have a story to share about a garage.
It didnt happen to me personally but through my work I deal with people buying cars and also dealers that sell them.
I had a call from a customer who was due to take their vehicle in for a service but was nervous taking it to the garage she got it from (we lease disabled people vehilces) whilst asking some questions she advised me that when she went to test drive a car the garage didnt have what she was looking for in stock.
They did however have someone elses in for an MOT which the salesmen swiftly grabbed the keys and took the customer out in someone elses car! the customer wasnt to keen on this but the dealer informed her it is fine and they do it all the time!
After seeing the other thread and being made aware of TWOCing i advised the customer of this and that she does not have to go to them and that she should probably look at going to tradeing standards.
It seems that dealerships and garages do take a bit of liberty with our cars so im happy ive got my dash cam in now as ive lost a lot of trust in them.