For many parents, they know that it’s not always easy to pay attention on the road, make sure that their children are well behaved in the back seat of the car, and follow the directions on their GPS at the same time. During peak rush hours, juggling all three tasks can seem very daunting. Luckily, there is a new glass navigation display that was designed in order to make driving while following GPS directions much safer.
The Hudly Wireless Smart Driving Head Up Display is a next generation display that will help drivers get directions, calls and texts without taking their eyes off the road. Some of the key features include getting vital driving info directly in your line of sight, a wireless app that casts on the clear display and crisp image quality in all lighting conditions. In other words, you can see the directions on the display, regardless of how much sun might be shining on your dashboard.
The company argues that existing GPS and phone mounts try to provide safer solutions, but the driver still has to look away from the road to use them. But with the Hudly Wireless Smart Driving display, that’s not the case at all. You can keep your eyes on the road and reduce your driving stress at all times, despite what might be going on in the back of your car. You also don’t have to worry about fumbling through your purse for your smart phone or multiple buttons to change the directions on your GPS system.
The Hudley system uses all of your preferred directional apps such as Google Maps, Waze, and so on. The device also lets you connect optional smart modules so car diagnostics like speed, RPMs, and fuel levels can be displayed.Also, you get to see your driving info from any angle without blocking the road with their clear, high res display.
In addition, for trips where navigation is not needed, the system let the passengers entertain themselves by streaming their favorite shows. For many drivers, it might seem like a small upgrade, but it makes a huge difference, especially when it comes to the safety of your family and all your passengers in your car. For more information, check out Hudley's site.