TTAC Giveaway: Nextbase Dash Cam

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Hello there! It's time for another TTAC product giveaway!


This time we're going to be working with Nextbase to give away a dash cam.


That's right. If you're interested in keeping a record of what happens on the road, for whatever reason, Nextbase will send you, should you be picked, a 522GW camera plus a Rear Window Cam and SD Card.


Enter here!


The 522GW has built-in Alexa and SOS response and records in 1440p HD. It also has a polarizing lens that reduces glare.


There's more! A rotating bezel helps reduce glare. There's also a 3-inch HD IPS touchscreen that makes using the menu super easy.


Not only does the cam record in 1440p HD at 30 fps, it also has a 6G glass lens that helps it capture details such as street signs and license plate numbers. An SD card is recommended with this model, and it will be included. This camera is only compatible with Nextbase SD cards.


The emergency SOS function does more than just alert authorities to your location in the event of a crash -- it can save medical info like blood type, allergies, and medical history to help facilitate effective treatment while saving time.


An intelligent parking mode senses when your vehicle is bumped and starts recording automatically. Wi-Fi and an app allow you to download footage to your smartphone or tablet, and Bluetooth can be used to share crash footage directly to your smartphone (if properly equipped) automatically. Finally, 10hz GPS aided by Google Maps helps make sure speed and location data are accurate.


Enter to win today! The contest closes Friday, August 5th, and we will announce the winner shortly after.


Enter here!


[Image: Nextbase/TTAC and VerticalScope]


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  • Tove Tove on Jul 26, 2022

    Man this place needs some help from an adult.

  • THX1136 THX1136 on Jul 26, 2022

    Hey Tim, what's the deal with old articles showing up after a current one? Read Tonn's article on the Passat, scrolled down and the next one was an article from June 8th. Same thing happened earlier - read the Tesla article, scrolled down and it was an article Murilee wrote from June 5th. Is it a browser issue? I'm signed in and all that. Thanks!

  • DenverMike When was it ever a mystery? The Fairmont maybe, but only the 4-door "Futura" trim, that was distinctively upscale. The Citation and Volare didn't have competing trims, nor was there a base stripper Maxima at the time, if ever, crank windows, vinyl seats, 2-doors, etc. So it wasn't a "massacre", not even in spirit, just different market segments. It could be that the Maxima was intended to compete with those, but everything coming from Japan at the time had to take it up a notch, if not two.Thanks to the Japanese "voluntary" trade restriction, everything had extra options, if not hard loaded. The restriction limited how many vehicles were shipped, not what they retailed at. So Japanese automakers naturally raised the "price" (or stakes) without raising MSRP. What the dealers charged (gouged) was a different story.Realistically, the Maxima was going up against entry luxury sedans (except Cimarron lol), especially Euro/German, same as the Cressida. It definitely worked in Japanese automaker's favor, not to mention inspiring Lexus, Acura and Infiniti.
  • Ronnie Schreiber Hydrocarbon based fuels have become unreliable? More expensive at the moment but I haven't seen any lines gathering around gas stations lately, have you? I'm old enough to remember actual gasoline shortages in 1973 and 1979 (of course, since then there have been many recoverable oil deposits discovered around the world plus the introduction of fracking). Consumers Power is still supplying me with natural gas. I recently went camping and had no problem buying propane.Texas had grid problems last winter because they replaced fossil fueled power plants with wind and solar, which didn't work in the cold weather. That's the definition of unreliable.I'm an "all of the above" guy when it comes to energy: fossil fuels, hydro, wind (where it makes sense), nuclear (including funding for fusion research), and possibly solar.Environmental activists, it seems to me, have no interest in energy diversity. Based on what's happened in Sri Lanka and the push against agriculture in Europe and Canada, I think it's safe to say that some folks want most of us to live like medieval peasants to save the planet for their own private jets.
  • Car65688392 thankyou for the information
  • Car65688392 Thankyou for your valuable information
  • MaintenanceCosts There's no mystery anymore about how the Japanese took over the prestige spot in the US mass market (especially on the west coast) when you realize that this thing was up against the likes of the Fairmont, Citation, and Volaré. A massacre.
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