Following a thread often found on other forums (boats, motorcycles, etc.) What Did You Do to Your Clarity Today... Today I installed the dashcam which had been in the Prius. I was delaying the job because there were no "how to" videos on youtube with the car being so new. But the weather is nice (78 degrees at 1pm) so I pulled the car out of the garage and started on it. It turned out to be very easy. Sorry I didn't video the process. 1) There is a short plastic cover over the cable that runs from the ceiling to the rear view mirror. It can be collapsed a bit by sliding one half over the other half. Then it can be popped off. It was a tight squeeze but I was able to fit the dashcam power cable inside the plastic cover along with the mirror cable, and put the cover back on. This mostly hides the power cable. 2) I ran the dashcam power cable across the top of the windshield under the headliner, just pushing it in with a plastic tipped tool. The cable stays in place due to the design of the headliner. 3) I ran the cable down the doorpost on the driver's side, pulling the door gasket out of the way. The cable runs easily down the door post then around to the footwell area. I just tapped the door gasket back in place with my hand. 4) There is a fuse box right where the power cable ran. I found a screw for the ground wire and attached it. I then used a fuse Tap Adapter (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00SUTYYS2/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1) to install a fuse and supply 12v to the converter which puts out 5V for the dashcam. I used the 7.5A accessory fuse position. There is a nice fuse information label on the left side of the driver's foot well. 5) I stuck the GPS module for the VIOFO dashcam (https://www.amazon.com/VIOFO-2-Inch...D=51O1iumNEJL&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=detail) to the windshield, plugged the power cable in, and slid the dashcam on. Everything worked fine. The dashcam is hardly noticeable due to the large Honda camera module which is used for the LKAS. It took me less than 1/2 hour, most of the time trying to loosen the ground screw since I didn't have the right tool!!! Other than the little mirror cable run cover and the door gasket no panels had to be removed. I feel a dashcam is essential today. There are idiots on the road who will "break check" to cause accidents and try to sue (check it out on youtube). The dashcam eliminates the law suit (but not the damage).