These items could be ideal gifts for the automotive enthusiast—or family chauffeur—in your life. (You could also give yourself a present.)
Your car isn’t just a set of wheels. It’s a way to show off your personality.
If you’re looking to jazz it up with options to help you drive more safely or make your ride more convenient, we’ve got a shopping list just for you.
Remember, these accessories could make great gifts for your friends and family.
Let’s take a look:
Navigating can be stressful. What makes it even more stressful—and dangerous—is when you’re fumbling for your phone or looking down at it for directions. Solve this problem with a smartphone mount, which puts your phone in your line of vision.
Do you feel a little anxious when you parallel park or pull out of a parking space? A rearview camera might be right for you because it shows you who—or what—is directly behind you.
If you’ve got kids who can’t get enough of their (or your) iPad, a no-frills, non-installation iPad holder is exactly what you need. Made with an elastic strap, iPad holders fit on the back of the front seat headrest, making the car ride more enjoyable and entertaining for the passengers in the back seat.
Purse holders come in all shapes and sizes, but each one was created to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. For the times when you’re driving and you need to reach into your purse for something, an easy-to-reach purse holder is what you’ve been looking for.
Newer cars have blind sport alert functions, but if you’re driving something a little older—tiny blind spot mirrors can do the trick. These mirrors easily attach to the outside mirrors on your car and give you an “extra” eye when you’re driving.