First things first: attach your camera securely to your mount of choice. It’s crucial that it really is very secure to reduce movement as much as possible.
Attach your mount.
If you’re using a super clamp and an arm, attach this to the stalk of the headrest. If you’re using a suction cup, mount it on one of the windows, but take care not to obscure the driver’s vision of the road or mirrors.
The number one concern at this stage should be safety. If you don’t pay attention to where you’re mounting the suction cup, you could even be breaking the law.
Attach your Triggertrap Mobile kit to your camera, and then to your phone.
Hook up your Triggertrap Mobile kit to your smartphone and camera then place the kit somewhere safe. Alternatively, you could mount the kit to the camera mount.
Set the camera!
There are two options here. The first is to set the camera to manual exposure for a good average exposure when you start, the alternative is to stick the camera on aperture priority and let the camera do all the work. Both ways have their advantages and disadvantages. Make sure the camera is set to manual focus as autofocus will cause you problems.
Set up Triggertrap Mobile
Open the Distancelapse mode on the app and set the camera to fire every 300 meters. This is ideal for highway/motorway driving.