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4 Accessories You Need For Your Car


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A car can be more than just a way to get from point A to point B, it can say a lot about who you are too. It can be a lot of effort to take care of your car, but showing it the love that it deserves can be rewarding in its own way. Cars need care to keep going and live a long life, but there’s more to it than just maintenance care, there are changes you can make to it to make it feel more like you own it. There’s a whole range of accessories you can get to personalize your car, some of them are a must!


If you’re someone who drives a lot, you probably already have a method of finding out where you need to go, but navigation devices can be so much more than that if you’re willing to put in the extra money. Companies like Pioneer offer devices that not only help you navigate, but can receive and play music from your phone, connect up cameras, or even mirror your phone screen too! If you’re a tech enthusiast, a product like the Pioneer AVIC-W8500NEX is a great purchase for you!

Custom plates

While custom plates don’t do much for your driving experience, it’s a great opportunity to personalize something that most people ignore. Private number plates can be what you make them, so long as they fit the requirements and are available, and they make your car stand out in comparison to others! 


It’s a wonder why more people don’t have dash cams installed in their cars, they’re great security, and can be lifesavers if you end up in an accident! A dashcam can provide a lot of evidence and detail if you end up in a traffic dispute, as it can be hard to accurately recall the details. Oftentimes people who end up in these disputes are caught in the heat of the moment, or it happens too fast, so it’s hard to remember clearly what happened – and having a dashcam means no more getting caught out!

Car security

No matter where you park your car, you want to know that it’s always safe from people with ill intent, and there are many ways you can make sure it is! Cars are expensive, and having them stolen can be a major setback. Security not only acts as a way to prevent your car from being stolen, but it can be a deterrent for people even attempting in. 

Having visible security like a lock on your wheels, or your steering wheel can help to prevent someone from damaging your car with the intent of theft, this way you don’t have to face any setbacks for repairs or a rise in insurance costs.

Cars are expensive but they’re essential to most people’s lives, and if you spend a lot of time driving, it doesn’t hurt to make that experience much more enjoyable. Investing in your own comfort is worth every penny, and you can save yourself a lot of stress!

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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