Manufacturer creating reality TV show for month-long road trip
13 April 2010

Renault is offering motorists the chance to win a four-week road trip across Europe.

Teams of two people from eight European countries will drive a 5000km route across the continent from 14 June to 9 July.

The teams will be accompanied by a TV crew 24 hours-a-day and will tackle a series of tasks each week. The contestants will also be supplied with their own digital camera to chart their progress.

The winning pair in the competition will be given a new car each, complete with free petrol and insurance for a year. The winners will be determined by online viewers who will choose their favourite contestants based on their video diaries.

To take part, all you have to do is upload a video lasting no more than 60 seconds to the Very Good Trip website explaining why you think you’re worthy of a place in the competition.

Competition now closed

Andrew Papworth

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