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Car audio has been around for almost as long as the auto mobile itself, and there have been a lot of changes throughout the years. Modern systems are typically optimized for both cost and space, which often means that sacrifices are made in the area of sound quality. Some vehicles do ship with premium sound packages, but even the car audio equipment in those systems can be tweaked and upgraded.
Backing up, reversing into parking spaces, and parallel parking may not result in as many deaths and serious injuries as high speed driving, but these low speed driving situations do account for a significant chunk of all accidents. The main reason that backing up results in so many accidents is that cars and trucks have blind spots that make it difficult to see pedestrians, cars, and other objects. There are a number of ways to help eliminate those blind spots, but back up cameras and parking sensors are two of the most common.
Bluetooth is a communication protocol that allows devices like cellular phones and head units to share data back and forth, but some Bluetooth-enabled devices offer more functionality than others. The specific features that any given Bluetooth car stereo offers are dependent on the profiles that it is designed to make use of, so some head units offer significantly more functionality than others. Some of the most common features offered by Bluetooth car stereos include:
hands-free calling, access to stored contact information, audio streaming and
remote app control
There are a handful of features that you should look for regardless of your budget or any other concerns. The most important ones include:
screen size and resolution, type of receiver, audible directions and automatic routing
Vehicle tracking systems use a combination of technologies to keep real-time tabs on the position of a vehicle or to construct a history of where a vehicle has been. These systems are used in a variety of industries, and they also a key part of most stolen vehicle recovery strategies. Most vehicle tracking systems use GPS technology, and some also make use of cellular or radio transmitters.
Thousands of cars are stolen every year; the number of these incidents can be reduced by using secure locking systems. Protecting your car from theft or burglary is your own responsibility. Many anti-theft equipment, security devices, etc., designed as per the latest technology, are available at affordable prices. Let’s discuss about different types of car alarms that can enhance the car’s safety and security.
A radar detector is an electronic device used by motorists to detect if their speed is being monitored by police or law enforcement using a radar gun. Most radar detectors are used so the driver can reduce the car's speed before being ticketed for speeding. Only doppler radar-based devices can be detected — other speed measuring devices including those using ANPR, piezo sensors, and VASCAR technology cannot be detected
Window tinting is a glaze or covering that gets applied to car windows to reduce the amount of light that passes through them. Window tinting is especially popular in auto mobiles because it helps reduce how fast a vehicle heats up in the sun while also giving drivers an increased sense of privacy.