Category Archives: Bluetooth handsfree

Smart move – Superfi to return to local high street

  

Great to see the media covering the news that Superfi is coming back to the Nottingham high street. You can read all about it below too. Smart move – Superfi to return to local high street  A well-known brand for music enthusiasts across the city is set to return, after local audio-visual group In Phase International announced plans to bring… Read more »

New Pioneer Navigation Headunits!

  

More Units?! Luckily, Pioneer haven’t release these units to go with the current line up. The AVIC-Z730DAB, AVIC-Z830DAB and AVIC-Z930DAB units on the way are replacing the outgoing AVIC-Z720DAB, AVIC-Z820DAB and AVIC-Z920DAB. The new units aren’t much different from the current range, only that the internal components will feature newer technology so you can expect a more responsive unit. The… Read more »

Fibre Optic Mercedes SL500 Stereo Upgrade

  

Fibre Optic Mercedes SL500 Stereo Upgrade, an amazing install for a low price! A great customer of ours gave us the privilege of upgrading their outdated system in their Mercedes SL500. The customer requested something basic with Apple Car Play and DAB radio, they were given the most popular options, the  JVC KW-M745DBT or the Pioneer SPH-DA130DAB, they preferred the look of… Read more »

What Are WiFi Stereos?

  

WiFi Stereos WiFi in stereos is becoming such a sought after feature for car stereos. But many people ask, what are WiFi stereos? What does this mean? If you have seen our multimedia range, you will know that a lot of the units have Apple Car Play and Android Auto. If you don’t know about our multimedia units with Car… Read more »

VW T-5 Headunit Upgrade Guide

  

Where to start?!  VW T-5 Headunit Upgrade Guide I think this article has been a long time coming. This is aimed at current and prospective VW Transporter owners. We have experienced a massive surge in the last few years of prospective and current Transporter owners looking to upgrade their headunit and have done eventually. The standard offering by VW is rather… Read more »

How close did you come to breaking the law this summer?

  

You might not have realised it, but you could’ve spent the summer breaking the law. Before the summer holidays began, Police Chiefs reminded drivers that the act of using your smartphone while driving would still carry the same penalty as if you were caught texting. What’s important to note however is that while technically you can still use your phone… Read more »

Drivers beware! New rules in force from today.

  

From today, drivers caught using handheld mobile phones are to face “much tougher penalties”, with fines and points doubling. The new rules mean that drivers who are caught on their mobile will get six points on their licence and face a £200 fine. The new measures have been introduced in the wake of a number of high-profile cases and research… Read more »

Changes to the driving test – how to navigate things cheaply and easily

  

You might not have heard about it, but the practical element to a driving test is just about to change dramatically and sat-navs are a big part of it. According to carkeys.co.uk, there are four new additions coming to the practical driving test, which acknowledge new technology and more realistic driving scenarios and manoeuvres, with particular attention being paid to driving… Read more »

Don’t pay the penalty – go hands-free

  

Think you can get away with using your mobile while driving? Think again. This week UK Police announced that they had caught nearly 8,000 drivers using mobile phones behind the wheel in a clampdown that lasted one week in November. Some 7,966 drivers were found to be on the phone, leading to more than 7,800 fixed penalty notices and 68… Read more »

Hands up – why you never need to use your phone while driving again

  

Police forces this week are cracking down on mobile phone use by drivers in targeted operations to prosecute offenders and drive home the risks and consequences of distraction driving. Operations include: – dedicated patrols by officers using unmarked vans, helmet cams, high-seated vehicles and high vantage points to catch offenders – combined shifts with police officers and paramedics to educate… Read more »