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Whether you're going on a short trip to the store or a long haul to visit family members for the holidays, you may need directions. If your passengers need a little entertainment in the car, these monitors and receivers can help keep them occupied while you do the driving. Consider the benefits of relaxed passengers on your journey and find a system that works for your vehicle.

What types of services are the systems compatible with?

There are a wide selection of video and audio systems available for different types of vehicles. Your options include the following:

  • Pandora: The web-based music service analyzes patterns in your preferred songs, then selects music with similar types of patterns for you.
  • Spotify: Users can stream music, podcasts, and videos to their compatible players via Bluetooth.
  • SiriusXM: You're able to stream music from a satellite-based system, allowing you to drive the car across the country without losing stations.
  • MP3: If you have a compatible MP3 player, you can play your stored music. You can see which track is playing and skip, fast-forward, or rewind.
  • Discs: Keep the car's passengers relaxed while in the vehicle with a DVD/Blu-Ray player. Simply pop in their favorite types of movies and keep them entertained for a few hours.
Do the GPS maps automatically update for traffic?

Since many models offer built-in Wi-Fi, your GPS can pick up signals from the mapping services. If you select a model which is compatible with Google Maps, Navfree, or Waze, you'll receive notifications of accidents, constructions, or other slow-downs along the way. If there is a faster route available than your current path, you'll be notified and offered the chance to detour.

Will the video monitor interfere with my car's back-up camera?

If you have a compatible vehicle and camera, you'll see the images on your new system in 1024 x 600 pixels. This high definition allows you an even larger and crystal clear video of anything behind you, eliminating doubt from blurry shadows or images.

What are the benefits of having a Bluetooth compatible receiver?
  • Hands-free calling: Many states have passed laws which forbid holding a phone while operating a car. Hands-free driving allows you to make a call in your car without taking your hands off the wheel.
  • Text messaging: Compatible systems can read your messages to you, allowing you to drive, receive messages, and pay attention to the road. You may be able to respond with pre-set messages such as "call you back soon."
  • App tethering: Some systems allow you to have one app control the others. For example, you can use your voice to open up your streaming services.
  • Audio streaming: Systems like Pandora and Spotify stream to the car's receiver using the Bluetooth connection to your phone, enabling their usage.