I'm starting a new thread because I haven't seen this talked about elsewhere, and with the flood of Tesla's coming out of freemont, I'm sure there are a few people like myself who have a Blackvue 750-2CH dashcam sitting in the box, going to get installed into their model 3. You probably remember @K-MTG's Dashcam Install Thread. The "solution" that was done there was to directly run the Dashcam power from the 12V battery with via an inline fuse. If you recall, the Model S/X famously had 12V battery issues. Now, people can correct me if I am wrong here, it appears that directly wiring a dashcam to the 12V battery will cause similar issues: See: https://teslamotorsclub.com/tmc/threads/dashcam-install-help.104575/page-9 So, essentially, adding an extra tap straight off the battery causes extra drain which the tesla charging system can't easily account for and causes issues with the 12V battery. I see, really, one "safe" solution here. If you don't need parking mode, simply wire any dashcam straight off the 12V cigarette lighter. It'll run while the car runs and power down when the car is off. If you need parking mode, get an inline battery off of the cigarette lighter. BlackVue Sells their power magic battery ($160) which powers the camera for 12 hours. I'm looking for "cheaper" solutions right now, however, I am not finding them ATM. Anyone else have any experience with this?