Dec 2, 2014 5:24 PM
NASHUA - A Manchester man is self-policing New Hampshire roadways.
Chris Andrews makes the commute from his home in Manchester to Nashua every day and said he's seen some pretty dangerous things on New Hampshire roadways.
I just wanted to have that proof there, insurance companies can be a little tricky sometimes and it's always good to have a little proof," said Andrews.
Andrews has caught a lot on his go-pro camera and Nashua police say it's not a bad idea.
"It's just a good way for a motorist to protect themselves, if they get into an accident or something pops up that they have a recording of it," said Lieutenant Bryan Marshall.
Go-Pro cameras aren't that expensive. You can find them on Amazon for twenty-three dollars and what Andrews is doing is completely legal.
Police warn that it may be difficult not to get caught up in the moment and find yourself a part of the problem.
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