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4 Car Accessories That’ll Make Your Car Safer And More Comfortable To Drive

Written by Al Gomez
SEO Expert and Entrepreneur
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Some of us consider our cars as our second home. No matter what year your vehicle was manufactured and whether or not it runs on manual or automatic transmission, there are many reasons to be thankful for its service. It keeps us safe from road pollution, dry from light and heavy rain or snow, and warm on freezing days.

We consider them part of the family, give them “names”, and even have them pampered with car washes more frequently than we’d like to admit.[1] Judging a car by its exterior is the same as judging a book by its cover, but it’s what’s inside that matters most. It should come as no surprise that we’d want to make it feel even homier to stay in. And while we’re not suggesting you install built-in toilets or sinks in your cars (there are trailer cars and mobile homes for that), we’d definitely suggest you ramp up the comfort value of your car with the help of some great car accessories.

These four car accessories will definitely keep you in your car longer than you should, weather conditions aside:

1. AutoExec Wheelmate Steering Wheel Attachable Work Surface Tray

On a scale of 1-10, how hard is it to eat inside the car? Or get any urgent paperwork done without the documents crumpling or getting creased?

Whether you’re rushing to finish your report minutes before submission or trying to eat your takeout in peace (and without mess or spills), this attachable work surface tray can work wonders. Not only will it save you from messy meal mishaps, it’ll also provide you with an impromptu table in seconds. The only downside is that it’ll only work in the driver’s seat.

2. WonderGel Extreme Seat Cushion

After a while, no matter how much you love your car, every sitting position will feel uncomfortable. You might even find yourself suddenly regretting your decision to skip out on buying an ergonomic seat because you were afraid it would make you seem older than your actual age. Stuck in traffic for much longer than your usual commute time? This seat cushion will definitely make you feel like you’re sitting on a cloud.

3. Resqme Seatbelt Cutter and Window Glass Breaker

In case of an emergency, breaking a car window shouldn’t be too hard, right? Wrong. It can actually be as tough as they make it look in the movies. If your car was to crash into a lake or other large body of water, you could have the hardest time kicking your way out of the car, and harder still as it sinks deeper and deeper into the water. And let’s not forget about the seatbelt that jams and could keep you tied to the seat.

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Not that we’d wish such unfortunate events on you, but this seat-belt cutter and car widow breaker comes in the form of a keychain, so you don’t have to worry about hurting yourself while it’s attached to your keys. And in the case of emergencies, this accessory proves to be well worth its value.

4. GPS Smartphone Bluetooth by iTrack Easy Anti-Lost Device

Say goodbye to wandering aimlessly around a crowded parking lot to find your car. You can also say goodbye to ever losing your keys again. This tracker isn’t just restricted to keys and car locating though. It’ll work on anything you attach it to. However, its coverage is limited, so don’t expect it to work from miles away.

When it comes to accessories, remember to invest in equipment that will give you peace of mind, not distract you. You wouldn’t want to be responsible for road accidents that occur while you’re behind the wheel. Most importantly, invest in AAA’s 42-Piece Emergency Road Assistance Kit.

We spend a good chunk of our days stuck in the car during commutes to and from work or school, that the least we could do is do what we can to make it a comfortable daily task. Road trips will never be the same again with these life saving accessories. Both for entertainment and safety purposes, the gadgets and gizmos above will definitely make your car feel like a whole new world – or at least a seamless ride.

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Reference

[1]http://www.cheatsheet.com/automobiles/why-do-people-feel-the-need-to-name-their-cars.html/?a=viewall
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