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If you’ve been looking at the best dash cams for your vehicle, then you’ll have noticed that there are plenty to choose from. From forward-facing to front-and-rear cameras, there are options for all kinds of driver. But whichever one you choose, there’s one important step to negotiate before it’s up and running: the installation. 

Thankfully, this is usually a pretty straightforward process, but we’ve put together this handy guide to make sure it goes as smoothly as possible. Our tips may even help you decide what kind of dash cam is best for you, or give you pointers on how to install it before it arrives.

Dash cam designers have done most of the hard work and that means installation can usually be done in no time. Unless you’re going the hard-wired route, setting up a dash cam doesn’t require any real technical skill. Most models also come with a basic installation manual, at the very least.

However, there are a few steps that can make installing a dash cam even more straightforward. We’ve outlined the core steps involved in getting your in-car camera online below. While there may be some variations on the theme depending on the model you’ve purchased, the general process is basically the same. 

1. What you’ll need

Most dash cams have been designed for universal fitment, so it’s usually possible to get your preferred model up and running in any kind of vehicle.

Your dash cam will probably come with a microSD card, but you might want to buy a larger capacity one for more recording freedom. Check out our guide to the best microSD cards for some ideas – and don’t forget to push it correctly into the built-in port before you begin your installation.

The Nexar Pro (above) has two cameras, so requires a little more planning in terms of positioning.  (Image credit: Nexar)

You might have more than one dash cam to install, too. Some models, like the Nexar Pro, come with an additional interior camera for added security. Consider this option if you think interior security is a must-have. Other front-and-rear bundles have a rear-mounted camera as part of the package.

You’ll need to allocate a little time for the installation, but the tools needed should be minimal. Grab a screwdriver and some tape for holding things in place. A light is also handy if you’re working inside the car or poking around under the dash. A second pair of hands is always a bonus, too.

2. Choose a location

This is a straightforward step in the process but requires some forethought. If you’re installing a front-facing dash cam you’ll want an unobstructed view of the road ahead from a centrally-located vantage point. 

Just under the rear-view mirror is a standard option. Conversely, low down near where the windscreen meets the dashboard is another dependable vantage point.

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The main thing to bear in mind is that the dash cam shouldn’t obstruct your view in any way, in order for it to remain legal. This is also the case if you’ve got a rear-facing dash cam to fit.

You’ll also want to ensure the dash cam is positioned so that it captures an even, central view of the road. Check that it’ll see far enough ahead without unintentionally having the view cropped by pillars, the bonnet or, indeed, the rear-view mirror. It’s worth having a dry-run at this point, to make sure the dash cam is in an optimal position.

3. Types of mount

Fixing your dash cam into position usually involves a mount, which is likely to be one of two different kinds. There’s the suction mount variety (like the one below), which is the more practical option as it allows the mount to be easily moved. This is especially useful if you need to use the dash cam in more than one vehicle or aren’t happy with the existing location and need to adjust it.

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The other type of mount frequently revolves around a bracket with a sticky self-adhesive pad on it. This bonds in semi-permanent fashion to your windscreen, dash or similar location. The downside of this mount design is that you need to get the position of the dash cam right first time, or be prepared to pull it off and start again. Some models come with spare sticky pads that allow you to do this, but it’s less appealing than the suction mount route.

Either way, the main objective is to position the dash cam so it aligns with the horizon. Every vehicle is different, so this requires some careful thought and experimentation. You might get lucky and position it right first time, but if you’re working with a sticky pad-type mount it’s best to practice a couple of times first. Some tape, a wipe-off marker and, ideally, a second pair of eyes can all help get the camera positioned correctly before you fasten it into place.

4. Plug-in or hard-wired?

Dash cams are third-party accessories, which means you’ll have cables to deal with – and this is the most complex part of the installation.  

The most basic way to power your dash cam is to plug it into your car’s cigarette lighter/auxiliary port. Most models come with a bundled cord for doing this, though it’s worth making sure it comes with a longer one (at least four meters, ideally) if you’re planning to pipe it around your windscreen and underneath seats.

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The usual approach to installing a dash cam’s cable is to start with your car’s headliner… (Image credit: Nextbase)Feed the cable around your car’s heading… (Image credit: Nextbase)Run the cable down through your car door’s weather seal… (Image credit: Nextbase)Then, finally, run it under a car seat and into your car’s cigarette lighter/auxiliary port. (Image credit: Nextbase)

Deciding how to do this isn’t always easy, but the vast majority of dash cams come with fitment tools that allow you to push the cable behind trim, carpet or headliner. The usual practice for longer cables is to route them behind your car’s headliner (just above the windshield), then behind your door’s weather seal and down under the car seat, before plugging into the cigarette lighter/auxiliary port (see above).

If you have a powered rear-view mirror, another good option is to plug it in there instead. The benefit here is that it’s a neater install and the camera will not use power when the car is turned off, removing any worries about draining the battery. The downside is you’ll most likely need to buy an adapter, like the ones available from Dongar Technologies, and there’ll be limitations on factors like the voltage of your dash cam.

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You can also plug some dash cams into your car’s OBD2 port (above), which is usually found underneath the dashboard. (Image credit: Gargantiopa / Shutterstock)A cable like the Garmin Quick Power Adapter (above) can plug a dash cam into your car’s OBD2 port (Image credit: Garmin)

Another alternative is plugging your dash cam into your car’s OBD2 port (above). This is normally used for diagnostic inspections but is another route to consider, using a OBD2 to mini-USB connector. 

The port may not always be easy to find, but most modern cars have it located somewhere down under the dashboard.

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For a hard-wired connection, a professional installation is often the way to go…. (Image credit: Let Geo Create / Shutterstock)….although some manufacturers like Nextbase do provide kits to help you do this yourself (Image credit: Nextbase)

The neatest way to install a dash cam is connecting it directly to the wiring harness of your car. Some dash cams come with the kit needed to do this, while others might require a third-party accessory. Either way, this needs care and a professional installation might be more appealing.

In most cases, the end result will look tidier, but given the electronic complexity of many cars, the hard-wiring route might not be for everyone. It also means there’s less flexibility if you want to switch the dash cam between more than one vehicle, due to the more permanent nature of the fitment.

5. Tidying up and running checks

With everything plumbed in and powered up you’ll want to finish by checking all cables are out of harm’s way. Ensure no cables are fouling on any obstructions or are being pinched or chafed by trim components. Over time, any pinch points could cause wear and tear on the cable, which may result in a malfunction or the dash cam not working at all.

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It’s worth checking this again once the setup has had time to bed in, especially if you own an older vehicle that’s prone to lots of vibration. This can frequently be the reason a dash cam stops working as less than great connections shake loose or cables even drop out altogether. 

Most dash cams come with a supporting app, which is frequently what you’ll be using to review any footage if the need arises. This will be the best way to ensure everything works as expected, too, if there isn’t a preview screen on the dash cam itself. It’s worth driving around the block to ensure your unit is configured as expected and that it’s capturing footage as desired. 

6. Using your dashcam

This should be the easiest part of the whole process. Most dash cams will start automatically once you’ve powered up and started driving. It’s worth noting that your dash cam draws power from the battery when the car isn’t on though, which can happen with some models. You might need to physically switch it off or unplug the cable to ensure it doesn’t drain your battery.

Many dash cams, like Nexar’s, have a companion app you can use to make sure everything’s working as it should be.  (Image credit: Future)

Depending on the model, resulting video footage is either stored on the internal microSD media card or transferred to your phone. Some models do both, with the added ability to store any footage in the cloud, which is useful for archiving video content over time. It also means you’ve got a permanent back-up, just in case you need call up any video evidence later on down the line.

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Rob Clymo has been a tech journalist for more years than he can actually remember, having started out in the wacky world of print magazines before discovering the power of the internet. Since he’s been all-digital he has run the Innovation channel during a few years at Microsoft as well as turning out regular news, reviews, features and other content for the likes of TechRadar, TechRadar Pro, Tom’s Guide, Fit&Well, Gizmodo, Shortlist, Automotive Interiors World, Automotive Testing Technology International, Future of Transportation and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International. In the rare moments he’s not working he’s usually out and about on one of numerous e-bikes in his collection.

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One of the best dash cams you can buy

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TechRadar Verdict

With the Nextbase 622GW featuring a built-in polarizing filter, image stabilization, 4K video resolution and excellent Night Vision mode, the resulting footage is of excellent quality, making it extremely easy to pick out number plate and vehicle details in all conditions. The addition of Alexa voice control and What3Words emergency geolocation are welcome added bonuses.


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    Superb image quality

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    Great poor-weather performance

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    Intuitive interface

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    Simple incident recording and storage

  • Rear camera requires wiring

  • Fairly bulky

  • Requires large SD card

  • App can be frustrating

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Nextbase has long been at the forefront of advanced dash cam tech, and its latest Nextbase 622GW model comes positively packed with the latest video recording smarts, making it one of the best dash cams on the market.

For a start, the 622GW features a new Ambarella h32 quad-core chipset, which lets you capture pin-sharp 4K footage at 30fps. Better still, the firm has installed a removable polarizing filter, which allows drivers to rotate a bezel on the front of the lens to produce beautiful, glare-free footage.

Nextbase 622GW release date and price

The Nextbase 622GW is available to buy right now for £249 / $319.99 / AU$549.99. If you’re in the UK, the camera also gives you up to 30% off Nextbase’s own Insurance.

  • Nextbase 622GW (Black) at Amazon for $346

When recording in normal, well-lit situations, the resulting 4K clips are up there with basic GoPro offerings, and it’s extremely easy to slow playback down to 120fps via a Super Slow Motion setting.  

This is particularly useful for snaring a license plate during a hit-and-run incident, or capturing individual frames during an accident, for example.

There’s also an option to add a rear camera module that films at 1080p/30fps, but this is sold separately. On a positive note, this doesn’t require an irritatingly long wire dangling from the rear window because it neatly plugs into the side of the 622GW.

(Image credit: Nextbase)

You interact with the Nextbase 622GW via a sharp, three-inch full-color rear touchscreen display that features small icons for navigating the various menu screens. These can be a little fiddly to locate, especially when you’re driving (not advised), while the touchscreen requires obvious digit swipes before it recognizes the command. 

Alternatively, there’s the option to link Amazon Alexa voice control to the 622GW via the accompanying MyNextbase Connect app, which is available for both iOS and Android devices. Once the two pieces of software are linked, you can simply say, “Alexa, ask my dash cam to take a picture” and the camera will oblige. It generally works well, although if you’re in a noisy vehicle Alexa can have trouble recognizing commands. 

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Nextbase also now offers an upgrade to its coveted EmergencySOS feature in this camera, thanks to the addition of what3words geocoding. 

Emergency and breakdown services are increasingly looking to the innovative geocode system to provide help faster, as the technology can precisely pinpoint a location within three meters of a stricken vehicle, for example.

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How does what3words work? If you find yourself in a remote area, this GPS alternative will let you precisely locate yourself, though you’ll still need to make a phone call for help. For more serious incidents, there’s also EmergencySOS, which can apparently work on very low data connection speeds (GPRS, or under 0.1Mbit/s).

Customers in all territories receive a year’s free trial of this EmergencySOS feature, but you’ll need to pay a subscription after that period.

Regardless, most of us carry a mobile phone these days, meaning EmergencySOS can be used with the accompanying app, and thanks to dual 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, cameras now tether to said app with fewer issues than previous Nextbase cams – although these issues haven’t been ironed out completely.

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Previous generations of Nextbase dash cams have been massively frustrating to use, often failing to provide a stable connection to transfer still images and video between phone and camera, but things have improved. The set-up process is still a little fiddly and time-consuming, and the Wi-Fi connection between devices sometimes fails, but we managed to retrieve some imagery and footage after a few attempts.

It is, however, much simpler to plug the camera into a laptop or PC to access the footage, and playback is far slicker this way. We could imagine the app and its connection issues becoming frustrating to use if you were desperately trying to review footage directly after an incident, and this is something Nextbase, in our opinion, needs to address.  

But otherwise, the 622GW is an extremely easy camera to set up and use. Its 140-degree viewing angle isn’t the most extreme on the market, but it easily captures everything through the windscreen, and both its low-light and extreme weather recording modes, which use clever algorithms to improve the quality of the image, are great for capturing crisp footage in difficult situations.

(Image credit: Nextbase)

New image stabilization technology also does its bit to ensure buttery smooth footage, cleverly soaking up bumps and vibrations from potholes or poor road surfaces. 

The improvements in sensor and processor technology means the resulting files are large, and Nextbase suggests investing in a 128GB U3 SD card, which isn’t supplied with the unit. These cost around $25 / £30 / AU$45, but opting for anything smaller will seriously restrict recording times.

Like most cameras on the market, the 622GW features a built-in G-Sensor, which will automatically save footage to the device if it detects a bump or crash. The sensitivity of this can be adjusted via the touchscreen display, but there’s also a handy Parking Mode that will automatically record footage if the G Sensor is activated, even when the camera isn’t drawing power.

The Nextbase 622GW is a clever little unit that now produces fantastic footage. Granted, the Nextbase app isn’t the easiest to use, but Alexa and what3words integration work extremely well, and have the potential to increase safety out on the road. 

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Should you buy the Nextbase 622GW?

Buy it if…

You want to feel safe

The what3words integration is very clever, and has the ability to pinpoint a location and send it on to the emergency services in an instant. With more breakdown services using the tech, it could also speed up the time it takes to get you back on the road.

You like crystal-clear footage

The new quad-core processor and six-layer f/1.3 lens team up to snare some truly impressive 4K footage. Drop this down to 1080p and it’s possible to review footage in slick 120fps slow motion – prefect for catching hit-and-run sneaks. 

You appreciate simplicity

Footage is automatically stored if the camera detects a prang, but manually storing clips is as simple as hitting a big red button on the rear of the unit. Alternatively, use the built-in Amazon Alexa Skill and record clips with your voice. 

Don’t buy it if…

Smartphone apps annoy you

Connection between smartphone (Apple iPhone in this case) and the 622GW wasn’t great – we often failed to establish a Wi-Fi connection. You’re better off plugging the unit into a laptop or PC.

You require rear-window recording (out of the box)

There are competitor cameras in this price bracket that feature a built-in rear-view camera. The footage generally isn’t as good, but it does ensure you have all bases covered without the extra expenditure on additional modules. Nextbase does, though, offer add-on modules if you want to add this to the 622GW.

You want something discreet

The 622GW is by no means a large camera, but it is bigger than some of the diminutive recording devices that are currently available. The excellent video quality goes some way to explain this, and the rear touch screen is very handy. 

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    1. Seller does not guarantee firmware compatibility when interacting with other Manufacturers’ hardware or software.
    2. The Seller is not responsible for possible harm directly or indirectly caused to people, pets or any property if this happened as a result of using the product for other purposes, non-compliance with the rules and conditions for the operation or storage of the product, intentional or negligent actions of the Client or third parties.
    3. Subject to the verification of the appearance and configuration of the goods at the time of its receipt, claims regarding the configuration of the goods, their appearance will not be accepted in the future.
    4. The Seller shall not be liable for any damage caused to other equipment that works in conjunction with this product or related to the inability to use the purchased equipment (including any loss of profit, business interruption, loss of information, etc.)
    5. Defective products are not recognized if the number of non-working pixels is less than the acceptable ISO 13406-2 standard, which determines the production tolerances for LCD matrices.

    To take advantage of our warranty, you must send the product to our warranty department and provide a document confirming the purchase of the product from us and the complaint. Our specialists of the warranty department will test the product for a malfunction and, if the defect of the device is confirmed, through no fault of the client, they will replace the product with a new one, within the time limits established by law.

    If the buyer fails to comply with the warranty conditions, it is possible to carry out paid repairs in the warranty service department (at the discretion of the technical specialist).

    According to the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation of January 19, 1998 N 55 “On Approval of the Rules for the Sale of Certain Types of Goods, the List of Durable Goods” Technically sophisticated household goods with a warranty period are not subject to return. Cell phones are classified as such and are subject to warranty repair.

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