Pick the perfect cam to enhance your automobile

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Protect yourself and preserve your trip highlights with car-ready cameras, like this 170-degree wide-angle BlackBox with night vision.
Protect yourself and preserve your trip highlights with car-ready cameras, like this 170-degree wide-angle BlackBox with night vision.
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Whether for safety, security or just to share your best road trips, cameras and cars go together surprisingly well. These four great cameras — three dash cams and one backup cam, all at big discounts — will help you get more from your car, new or old.

Add an ultrasonic sensor to your car for safer parking

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Light Smart Solar Powered Parking Sensor
Make your car smarter with this smartphone parking sensor.
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Newer cars often bring neat tech, like rear–facing cameras and sensors so you don’t back into another vehicle (or a living thing). For anyone driving an older car, it’s not only a matter of envy to lack these features — it’s also less safe.

With this accessory, you can instantly upgrade your car’s safety.

Bring wireless charging to your desk and dashboard [Deals]

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Bring the futuristic convenience of wireless charging to your car, home or office.
Bring the futuristic convenience of wireless charging to your car, home or office.
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Wireless charging is the way of the future, but you can have it today. Below you’ll find a pair of wireless chargers from Cresuer: one for the desk, and one for the dashboard. They both offer an affordable way to add modern convenience to your life, so read on for more details:

These gadgets will give your car a tech overhaul [Deals]

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From heads up displays to emergency multitools, we've rounded up deals on must have travel tech.
From heads up displays to emergency multitools, we've rounded up deals on must have travel tech.
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The more you see something like a Tesla driving by, the easier it is to feel some auto envy. So we’ve rounded up some gear and gadgets that’ll help make your car a little more future ready. There’s a heads up display, super tough cables, an emergency multi-tool and more. Read on for more details:

Get cutting-edge gear at great prices [Deals]

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We've rounded up next generation personal audio, touch-free smart controllers, and more ultra-modern gear.
We've rounded up next generation personal audio, touch-free smart controllers, and more ultra-modern gear.
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With all the technological wonders we take for granted today, it’s easy to lose track of the cutting edge in consumer tech. So to keep that sense of wonder alive, we’ve rounded up some of the most innovative new personal gear and gadgets you can find.

Below you’ll find a solar-powered, antitheft backpack, a Bluetooth speaker that doubles as a wireless charger, a touch-free controller for IoT devices, and more. Even better, each item is massively discounted, some by more than half. Read on for more details.

Head-up display gives any car a fighter-jet feel [Deals]

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Hudway Glass Display
Get valuable trip info and a fighter pilot vibe all at once with this HUD for your car.
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Driving comes closest to the feeling of being a pilot that most of us will ever get. Given the way most people handle a car, that’s probably a good thing. But one simple way to safely bring the sense of a cockpit to the driver’s seat is to add a proper head-up display (HUD).

Belkin Car Vent Mount is a smart, sturdy way to go hands-free [Reviews]

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Belkin Car Vent Mount
You really shouldn't be holding your smartphone while you're driving. The Belkin Car Vent Mount is here to help.
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You’ve got your car. You’ve got your iPhone. You want to use your iPhone in your car, but driving with a smartphone in your hand is supposedly dangerous — and can get pretty pricey if you get caught doing it in California and other states that mandate hands-free driving.

The Belkin Car Vent Mount is a low-cost, low-profile way to keep your phone within reach (and you on the right side of the law, depending on where you drive).