Hands Off Your Cell Phone

Did you know there were 24,600 crashes involving a distracted driver in Tennessee last year? Get ready to be hands-free when it comes to driving in the state of Tennessee. Since 2017 it became illegal to text while driving, but as you might have heard starting July 1st, it is illegal to even hold a cell phone while driving.

Getting an incoming call while driving? Switch over to Bluetooth receivers for your car! Bluetooth is a great alternative way to stay connected and be hands-free while driving.

Check out the Pioneer Double DIN multimedia DVD Reciever

183775.jpg Stay safe and obey local hands-free laws with built-in Bluetooth (HFP). Easily pair a Bluetooth enabled a phone to the AVH-201EX without having to go through complicated settings. When a registered Bluetooth device is in close proximity to the receiver, the auto connection function automatically pairs the two units. From hands-free calling, wireless audio streaming (A2DP) with artist, album, and song search, simple pairing, and control audio (AVRCP), Bluetooth® wireless technology has made life in the vehicle much more convenient.

Check out the Pioneer CD Reciever with Bluetooth

183778.jpgThe Pioneer DEH-S4100BT CD receiver is Apple and Android compatible and features built-in Bluetooth and MIXTRAX technology, allowing you to create a nonstop mix of your music library along with a range of DJ-inspired effects. In addition, the DEH-S4100BT works with Pandora and Spotify, and includes a USB auto switch, meaning when the phone is connected you get to choose whether to use the phone as a source or just charge the device.

Check out the Kenwood Digital Media Reciever with Bluetooth

183426.jpgEnjoy Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone control with the Kenwood CD Receiver. Packed with features, including Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and SiriusXM compatibility, variable color illumination, and 13-band EQ with DTA & Drive EQ, this receiver delivers an outstanding audio experience. Compatible with Android and Apple, simply connect your device via Bluetooth, USB, or AUX, and enjoy all your favorite music.

For more Bluetooth receivers for your car check out to see what else is in store, here!


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