Having the ability to see your phone on long trips or even to new places is a must, and we want to do it the right way. A mount in your car is the perfect way to be able to see where you're going, both through the windshield and your GPS. There are tons to choose from, but here are the ones we decided to make the cut.
Driving from point A to point B is an activity where your phone should be seeing little if any use, making it an excellent time to recharge it so it’s full and fresh when you arrive. These are the best of the best car chargers to keep your phone charged for years of commuting to come.
Whether you need to charge on the go or just hold up your phone for directions on your road trip, a good car phone holder isn’t just a helpful accessory, it’s an investment in public safety. They can ensure you always have eyes on your map without having to physically hold onto your phone. So get one!
Taking your car to the dealer or mechanic just to read your trouble codes can cost upwards of $100! Get your own reader and figure out what's wrong with your car or truck right on your phone or tablet.
Riding on tires without enough inflation can be dangerous and shorten the lifespan of the tread and sidewalls. We’ve found the best pressure gauges so you’ll be prepared to check your tires as often as you like.
Whether you're over the river and through the woods or just stuck in the rat race to work, a solid car mount is an investment in your personal safety as well as your phone's safety. These are the mounts you can trust.
In a surprise announcement, Google has confirmed that digital car key support is rolling out to owners of the Galaxy S21 and Pixel 6. The only caveat is that you'll need to have a compatible BMW car in order to use the feature.
With the Amazon Echo Auto, you'll enjoy all of the power offered by Amazon Alexa without needing to replace your existing infotainment system completely. And for Cyber Monday, you can save 70% and get the Echo Auto for just $15.
Google's redesigned home screen for the Assistant Driving Mode is finally showing up for some users, as Google prepares to shutter the Android Auto for phone screens app when Android 12 arrives next month.
There are a few phone accessories everyone should keep in their vehicle, and luckily, a handful of them are now on sale for Amazon Prime Day! We're gathering several of the best offers you should purchase before Amazon's two-day event draws to a close later tonight.
Google I/O was filled with new details about a variety of the company's products and services, but among the most interesting was how much importance the automotive sector has to its future plans. The next car you drive may have Google's imprint in it if the trickle becomes a bigger trend.
Bring Alexa and all its functionality with you whenever you step into the car. You'll be able to ask to hear the latest news and sports reports, check on traffic, get directions to where you need to go, listen to your favorite music, and more.