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8 Gadgets You Need in Your Car

 There are numerous gadgets on today’s market that can keep you prepared for whatever the road has to surprise you, regardless whether you’re battling your way through rush hour or just want a pleasant leisure drive outside of the city streets. Being caught off guard by a flat tire or getting stranded with a dead car battery is potentially dangerous and stressful. With these gadgets, you’ll be ready for the unexpected, and make your drivers more enjoyable and easier. Let’s dive in and take a better look.

 
1. Radar detector
In certain situations, speed limits can really be too strict. Of course, we would never encourage you to drive faster than allowed and break the law, but when the road in front of you is open and there’s not other drivers, you should have a radar detector to tell you when the police radars are nearby. Radar detectors such as Escort Max 360 are pretty accurate, and enable you to network with other drivers who use the same device model.
 
2. Road shower
A perfect solution for those who like to give their car a quick rinse while on the road. It’s great for the off roaders, who often drive through dust and mud, which requires them to clean their vehicles more often. The road shower features a tank which heats the water by using solar power and is mounted to the standard roof rack. By attaching a simple hose to it, you can shower your car, or even yourself for that matter. 
 
3. Portable jump starter kit 
A car with a drained battery can be started with a jump starter. But what if there’s no one around to help you? This is why it’s wise to have a portable jump starter kit in your car’s trunk. This device is basically a battery source that allows you to start your vehicle when the battery dies by hooking the clamps to your car’s battery. Also, you can use it as a backup power source.
 
4. Dashboard camera
Dashboard camera may not protect your physically from a car accident, but can capture a footage that can be used to prove who’s responsible for it. These are forward-facing cameras that switch on automatically when you turn on your vehicle and switch off the moment you turn the ignition off. Footage that you take with your dashcam comes in handy if you get in an accident and you have to prove that it wasn’t your fault. Later, when you renew your Youi New Zealand car insurance, for example, this will ensure your premiums do not go up.
 
5. Phone mount and charger with head-up display
If you want to get as much utility as possible crammed into a single device, this is a great concept for you. This device is a phone mount that sits on your dashboard, and offers wireless Qi charging as a nice bonus. However, the charger does need to be routed to your dashcam outlet. The device has a flip-up panel, which is a reflection screen for your phone. 
 
6. Key finder
What do you do when you can’t find your keys? Instead of turning the whole house upside down, just to find them to be in the pants you threw in the washer the day before, use a key finder. This device is essentially a Bluetooth tracker that you attach to your key chain and can find it with a smartphone app. If you left your keys somewhere outside your home, the app tracks the last place it paired with your phone. This way, you’ll always know where your car keys are.
 
7. GPS tracker
A GPS tracker lets you know the exact location of your car at all times. The gadget connects with your smartphone and allows you to set up a geo-fence. If the car is driven outside the predetermined area, you will receive an email notifying you about it. It comes really handy if someone tries to steal your vehicle, and is quite useful for parents who try to keep tabs on their teenage kids. 
 
8. Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot
These days, we all need to stay connected. A mobile Wi-Fi hotspot will help you stay connected, regardless of where you are located. This gadget isn’t specifically designed for vehicle use, but due to its inherent portability, they can be used as the easiest and most reliable option for an Internet connection in your car. Just plug it into a 12-volt power outlet and you’ll have a Wi-Fi network at all times.
 
In today’s digital age, there are literally hundreds of gadgets designed to enhance the daily driving experience, and make your drives easier and more enjoyable. Of course, some of them are rather unnecessary while others are quite practical and designed to assist. These 8 devices are our picks for a must have in every car out on the road.
 

November 28th, 2017
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