Best Gadgets for Car Commuters

If you commute back and forth to work each day, you probably not only spend hours on end to get to work each month, but the time in traffic can be quite boring to say the least.  If you are looking for a way to make your commutes more convenient and comfortable here are a few gadgets that can help.

GPS Navigation
Obviously GPS navigation systems can help you get to work, but where they save you time, money and your sanity is helping you to avoid traffic by offering alternative routes.  Now, no matter where you are, you can find a different route to get off the highway or main road and still get to your destination without getting lost.

Satellite Radio
If you are like most people, you enjoy listening to the radio in your car, however who wants to sit in traffic listening to commercials for 20 minutes straight.  Satellite radio offers plenty of commercial free music and even offers a wide variety of talk, sports and comedy programming as well.  It’s like cable TV for your car.

Listen to Your IPod the Easy Way
If you are looking for a fast, affordable and easy way to listen to your IPod without having to install expensive stereo equipment or adapters into your car, one of the easiest ways to do so is with a wireless FM transmitter.  These small, inexpensive devices simply plug into your headphone jack of your IPod and then transmit the music as an FM signal.  This way you can turn on your car stereo to a pre-set channel and listen to your music as if it was being broadcast over the radio.

So if you hate being bored when you commute, check out these gadgets to make your commuting less boring and more convenient.

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