CNET – Roadshow’s Dash Cam Giveaway – Win of one (1) Thinkware F800 Pro Dash Cam with an approximate retail value of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars (US$250.00) each

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Enter to win a free dash cam from our best list*
Be one of three lucky winners who will take home a Thinkware F800 Pro Dash Cam. This giveaway ends Nov. 26.

Manuel Flores
November 15, 2019 12:01 AM PST
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Three winners will each take home a Thinkware F800 Pro.

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Get ready for a killer upgrade to your driving experience with our latest sweepstakes. Three grand prize winners will each receive a Thinkware F800 Pro Dash Cam, rated as one of 2019’s best dash cams by Roadshow’s Brian Cooley.

This dash cam is packed with fantastic features, including smartphone integration, collision warning, parking mode and more. Whether you need an extra set of eyes for additional security or you’d would like to record your awesome views from your scenic road trip, you won’t want to miss out on this. We’re not the only ones crazy about this dash cam, check out why ZDNet loved the Thinkware F800 Pro.

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