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Posted by on August 26, 2017 in News |

There are many devices aimed at the entertainment in the car, such as Ipods, mp3 players or DVD, Internet access, USB or Bluetooth telephony connections. If you spend many hours behind the wheel, you have to make a long trip by car, or are travelling with children, these gadgets can help you when it comes to combat boredom or keep the passengers entertained. The automotive market is characterized by stiff competition and, in an era in which sales are reduced as a result of the international crisis, manufacturers seek to differentiate themselves through the introduction of electronic devices that favour leisure and security. These gadgets are characterized by electronic advances that incorporate, which offer a great contrast with other simplest components of the vehicle such as a car windshield. A research study conducted by J.D. Power & Associates revealed that car buyers are willing to do more spending on entertainment than in safety, which means a change of trend. The Group of young people drivers is the main driver of this change, but also plays an important role the Group of parents, for whom it is important to keep the kids distracted while driving, allowing them to focus on the road. This change has been that manufacturers should focus on developing new technologies aimed at leisure, since they pose a greater benefit to be more defendants. On the other hand, the traffic Act prohibits the use by the driver of Internet access or television screens, so that gain the most with new entertainment systems are the passengers. Not so long ago was the only form of entertainment in a car listening to the radio or tapes of music, this has always been considered as an acceptable hobby, but new forms of entertainment have raised many critical voices considering that they pose a distraction, however, one of the advantages of new technologies is that they can be activated with the voice, which allows drivers to listen your favorite music without having to manipulate the radio or losing sight of the road.

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