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Giveaway | Win a Nextbase 522GW Dash Cam

Nextbase who are the UK’s top-selling dash cam manufacturer recently released the 522GW dash cam, a part of their  Series 2 range. It ...

Win Nextbase 522GW Dash Cam
Nextbase who are the UK’s top-selling dash cam manufacturer recently released the 522GW dash cam, a part of their  Series 2 range. It is the most technologically advanced dash cam in the new range and comes with ground-breaking technology and a range of useful features.

Here's a look at some of its key features:

  • A large HD IPS touch screen
  • Equipped with Bluetooth 4.2 and QuickLink Wi-Fi
  • Autosync function which makes sharing and saving footage from the Dash Cam very easy
  • 140 degree wide angle view with 1020p High Definition recording at 30fps
  • New Click&Go PRO Powered Magnetic car mount
  • 10x GPS
  • Emergency SOS system to alert the emergency services in case of incidents
  • High-precision G sensor to detect accidents and automatically save video files
  • Supports SDHC Micro SD cards up to 32GB
  • Intelligent parking mode included
  • Built-in Alexa voice control
Included in the box are:

Nextbase 522GW dash cam


The 522GW is available at a RRP of £149.00 from Halfords, Currys, and Argos, both online and in store.

And for your chance to win this fab dash cam, enter our competition via the Gleam widget below. All the best!

Win Nextbase 522GW Dash Cam

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Do you like road trips? Which has been your most memorable road trip & why? Let us know via the comments box.

52 comments

  1. My road trip around Tenerife was amazing!

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  2. I did a road trip to Torr point in Majorca it was great views but I was petrified getting up there as the roads where so narrow, my eyes were closed most way up. Obviously I wasn’t the one driving

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  3. We drove to Devon this year which took us 6 hours. I am not sure if that counts as a roadtrip but we had a lot of fun!

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  4. Our road and ferry journeys as children - used to take upto 12 hours - was so much fun - still do it now occasionally but flying is easier ( 3 hours max )

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  5. London to Cornwall and London to Liverpool are my fav road trips. Not done them for many years now.

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  6. In not a fab of road trips, I have the Sat nav and we often get lost! Last summer we ended up in a farm yard, the lovely farmer gave us directions and the cows really didn't like us!!
    Linda Ford

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  7. I do enjoy being on quiet roads really enjoyred The Atlantic Way in Ireland

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  8. I do love road trips....especially to our caravan in Weymouth. Coming over the hill and seeing the sea is the best!

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  9. I love road trips! My favourite was this year to north Devon. The first less stressful trip with our 3 kids!we planned it out, food, films etc and it was good fun!

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  10. We did 6 weeks touring Europe, was so much fun, we went everywhere, did all the tourists spots

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  11. I'd love to do a road trip along the west coast of America.

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  12. To Penzance in Cornwall from Norfolk because it was such a long way!

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  13. I do love road trips! I passed my driving test just over a year ago and my favourite road trip since I've been driving was to Scarborough for my family summer holiday :)

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  14. We love road trips but especially when abroad as there is less pressure to get home and sort out urgent business

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  15. I do love a road trip as long as you are prepared! My most memorable was going to see family at Christmas the traffic was terrible and I actually passed my parents as they had broken down at the side of the motorway, but I couldn't get to them. The trip took 4 times longer than it should have. My sister in law got stuck in it too and heavily pregnant. Luckily it was 2 days later she gave birth in a mere 2 hours 2 weeks early! Luckily it wasn't in the car on the M25!

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  16. I have not done a road trip yet but would love a road trip across America with my family

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  17. We love the drive to the Lake District, the scenery is stunning.

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  18. well mine was years ago my family driving around Barmouth North Wales :) the views are just wonderful driving around the town was so much fun too

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  19. I had a hired campervan in New Zealand and drove around the North and South islands in a figure of 8. It was such an amazing experience.

    Helen
    Tea in the Tub

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  20. we drove from Windsor in Ontario Canada, to Quebec. Some beautiful scenery, and amazing memories made.

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  21. The Wild Atlantic Way with my daughter - it was our first real road trip together

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  22. Our most memorable road trip was driving round the lakes trying to find our hotel with no map and a broken satnav haha!!

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  23. I love a road trip. The best one in recent years was a road trip around Southern Ireland with my daughter .it rained the whole time but we still had a fun trip

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  24. I think the most memorable was the trip we took for my 40th birthday. We drove from Staffordshire to the north of Scotland, spending a couple of days in the Lakes on the way and a couple in Northumberland on the way home. We visited a lot of new places and saw so much breathtaking scenery!

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  25. I love road trips it makes me feel free, I especially love driving in Wales

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  26. We've not been on many due to work commitments and 8 children (we'd need a bus!) but I love the idea of driving around America!

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  27. travelling through scotland beautiful scenery

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  28. I'm not a fan of road trips, partly because we both hate driving and partly because we also both hate living out of suitcases. We've only done one which was around Arizona, Nevada and California. Although it was exciting and fascinating, we vowed never to do another.

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  29. Driving to scotland and round the highlands , some lovely views and wildlife

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  30. Road trip from San Fran to Las Vegas, before I had my children was amazing, 1 on 1 time with the hubby, moments to treasure!

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  31. I had a road trip from North Yorkshire to Plymouth when I was 17yrs old with 2 other teenagers, we decided to go in the evening so it was not a s busy but we got too tired on our 7 hour journey after 4 hours so we pulled over into a car park & went to sleep & didn't wake up till 8 hours later!!

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  32. I took a road trip round Morocco with my friend and our 4 kids. We started in Casablanca, and visited Rabat, Fez, Meknes, Marrakesh and Ouazazarte. The driving in Morocco was atrocious but it was a fun trip.

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  33. When the husband, my girls and I went to France, we went by boat and car, and it was a long... long journey but we had a fun trip

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  34. Love road trips! I think as a family our favourite has to be the Scottish Highlands, especially in the snow. The scenery was absolutely breath taking!

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  35. I love a good road trip, Cornwall always has lovely views.

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  36. I love road trips and the most memorable was packing the tent in the car and just heading off for 2 weeks touring round the UK wherever our noses took us

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  37. I do love a good road trip! My most memorable was an 8 hour trip to Devon and we had been there 2 hours when a drunk driver hit us and wrote off our car! I broke 2 ribs too! Not the best start to a holiday!

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  38. When we do stop offs that's part of the enjoyment. However my husband sometimes has other ideas and when he is on a mission to get there I would rather be a t home

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  39. when i visited my aunts farm in Lincolnshire ,my mother drove us because apparently i go round corners on two wheels,my mother decided to pull in on a country lane so i could have a toilet break and i fell in a bunch of nettles,i spent the whole holiday not able to sit down for a week,it was lovely though :-)

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  40. I love road trips me and my partner love motorway road trips x

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  41. I've never been on a road trip but one thing we like to do when we go on holiday, especially when we go to an island, is to hire a car and drive around the island.

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  42. I don't mind a roadtrip but one I'd rather have not done is the one from Athens to the southern coast of Greece (a 5 hour drive) because I booked us to fly into the wrong airport!

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  43. Most recent was taking my son to Bournemouth for University. The roads were mad as so many students were moving into University on the same day. We live by Coventry so we had to go past Cov Uni, Oxford, Winchester, Southhampton it was a very long journey in a very packed car! We had a lovely trip back the next day though as we didn't use main roads & stopped at a tea shop :)

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  44. Love road trips! Staying in Scotland we love to travel north to the highlands, the scenery is so beautiful. Especially Skye and Orkney

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  45. Just randomly getting into the car not knowing where your going to go

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  46. Yes - just holidays with the kids

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  47. South of India in Oooty

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  48. Love them. Going down to the Dordogne for our Silver Wedding (25 years ago) Everything about it from the heat, thunderstorms, sunflowers, food, people, wildlife, scenery, totally awesome

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  49. driving up to Scotland and going through the lake district, what stunning views!

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  50. Fantastic Prize 😀 keeping my fingers crossed 🤞 Wow 😮

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  51. Did a road trip in Turkey, amazing scenery but was a bit hair raising at times

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  52. I once drove across America 1972 with my mate, took us 2 years best time ever, so full of different cultures

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