CARS on American highways are getting older. The average vehicle is now nearly 11 years old, up from about nine years in 2001, according to the R. L. Polk automotive research company. That means many drivers in the “dads and grads” cohort are probably candidates for a technology upgrade. Fortunately, there are plenty of options for gift givers, as varied as high-tech collision warning systems and phone-related devices intended to prevent driver distraction.
See the article for information on how to add:
- CELLPHONE CONTROL
RADAR AND RED LIGHTS
COLLISION AND LANE MONITORS