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This Driving Buddy Can Save Up 80% of Accident On The Road

This Driving Buddy Can Save Up 80% of Accident On The Road

Distracted driving has been determined to be one of the leading causes of traffic crashes and vehicle accidents. With a number of different things that go on inside of a vehicle also have been sighted as substantial causes of the distractions that frequently lead to a high number of the vehicle accidents.

Most people cannot tell how fast they are going at all times and therefore they frequently have to look down at the dashboard to be able to tell how fast the car is going. This momentary looking away from the road could be enough to cause a loss of control and possibly a wreck.

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Now you can keep your head up and focus

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Hudway Glass Heads up Display is a driver assistance product from Hudway, LLC, a highly innovative company based in southern California. From its Marina Del Rey, Ca. headquarters the company makes automotive products and mobile apps. One of their most successful products is this Heads-up Display and mobile app that helps to provide useful information in the line of sight so that a driver doesn’t get distracted by looking away from the road.

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The combination of the app on your smartphone and the patented cradle, the speed, and direction that your car is traveling is prominently displayed on your vehicle’s dashboard. This eliminates the need for you to look down at your speedometer to see how fast you are going.

Eliminate all your distractions for you 

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    The unique smartphone cradle with transparent flip-up cover is capable of holding the most model of cell phones.

    Eliminates distractions – By projecting all the important information in the line of sight you will not need to look away from the road in order to get what you are needing from the dashboard or navigation system.

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    Provides valuable information in a safe way – The heads-up display was designed to provide speed, the direction of travel or other navigation information and put it in a safe to view location.

    See how it becomes drivers’ BFF

    According to many of the consumers who posted reviews online the HUDWAY Glass -Heads up Display delivers as advertised. No more worries about having to look down at the dashboard or navigation system in order to see how fast they were going. The app is really easy to use and when paired with the cradle and heads-up display makes the perfect safety tool.

    “Fantastic design. Perfect for driving on unknown county roads at night. Helps you anticipate turns and curves without having to constantly glance inside!”

    Make it your best driving buddy

    The Hudway Glass – Heads up Display is one of those unique products that just makes sense in that it provides the solution to a problem that frequently puts drivers in a dangerous situation. If you are concerned about distracted driving you really need one of these. To see more information and to find out where you can get one, just click here.

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    Last Updated on July 10, 2019

    30 Best Procrastination Quotes to Get You Back to Work

    30 Best Procrastination Quotes to Get You Back to Work

    What do your 3pm fridge raid and perfectly alphabetised bookshelf have in common?

    You most likely did both of them when you should have been doing work.

    Procrastination is one of the most human behaviours. We’re all guilty of putting off what we know is important from time to time, and it seems the more pressing the task at hand, the better we are at avoiding it.

    Sure, it means that every time we have an important deadline we end up with a spotlessly clean house and a completely empty inbox, but the real work gets left until the very last minute and is finished in a frenzy of stress and caffeine.

    But we can gain control over procrastination by noticing it as soon as possible and stopping it in its tracks. On the contrary, you know you have a bad habit when you’re aware you’re putting something off, and you continue avoiding it anyway.

    To start you off with combating procrastination, here are a few quotes to get you in a motivated frame of mind, because if procrastination has any enemies, it’s motivation to work harder.

    A Few Home Truths

      “Never put off till tomorrow what may be done day after tomorrow just as well.”
      ― Mark Twain


      “It is easier to resist at the beginning than at the end.”
      ― Leonardo da Vinci


      “Someday is not a day of the week.”
      ― Janet Dailey


      “Success is not obtained overnight. It comes in instalments; you get a little bit today, a little bit tomorrow until the whole package is given out. The day you procrastinate, you lose that day’s success.”
      ― Israelmore Ayivor


      “The man who waits to know everything is the man who never does anything.”
      ― Craig D. Lounsbrough


      “Procrastination is like going to a fancy restaurant and filling up on bread and not leaving enough room for dinner.”
      ― Richie Norton, The Power of Starting Something Stupid: How to Crush Fear, Make Dreams Happen, and Live without Regret


      “Procrastination is the lazy cousin of fear. When we feel anxiety around an activity, we postpone it.”
      ― Noelle Hancock, My Year with Eleanor


      “Doing things at the last minute reminds us of the importance of doing things at the first minute.”
      ― Matshona Dhliwayo


      “You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.”
      ― Abraham Lincoln


      “A day can really slip by when you’re deliberately avoiding what you’re supposed to do.”
      ― Bill Watterson, There’s Treasure Everywhere


      “By what right do I, who have wasted this day, make claims on tomorrow?”
      ― Alain-Fournier, Le Grand Meaulnes


      “If you want to get ahead in life, I’ve found that perhaps the most useless word in the world is “tomorrow.”
      ― José N. Harris


      Some Practical Advice

        “If you get stuck, get away from your desk. Take a walk, take a bath, go to sleep, make a pie, draw, listen to music, meditate, exercise; whatever you do, don’t just stick there scowling at the problem. But don’t make telephone calls or go to a party; if you do, other people’s words will pour in where your lost words should be. Open a gap for them, create a space. Be patient.”
        ― Hilary Mantel


        “Thinking too much leads to paralysis by analysis. It’s important to think things through, but many use thinking as a means of avoiding action.”
        ― Robert Herjavec, The Will To Win: Leading, Competing, Succeeding


        “Only put off until tomorrow what you are willing to die having left undone”
        ― Pablo Picasso


        “It is only by working the rituals, that any significant degree of understanding can develop. If you wait until you are positive you understand all aspects of the ceremony before beginning to work, you will never begin to work.”
        ― Lon Milo DuQuette, The Magick of Aleister Crowley: A Handbook of the Rituals of Thelema


        “Do first what you don’t want to do most.”
        ― Clifford Cohen


        “How often do you find yourself saying, “In a minute”, “I’ll get to it” or “Tomorrow’s good enough” and every other possible excuse in the book? Compare it with how often you decide it’s got to be done, so let’s get on and do it! That should tell you just how serious your procrastinating problem really is.”
        ― Stephen Richards, The Secret of Getting Started: Strategies to Triumph over Procrastination


        “How to stop procrastinating starts with believing you can overcome procrastination.”
        ― Robert Moment, How to Stop Procrastinating


        “Never put things off…you will wake up and find them gone.”
        ― James Jones


        Some Tough Love

          “Do something instead of killing time. Because time is killing you.”
          ― Paulo Coelho, Aleph


          “If you take too long in deciding what to do with your life, you’ll find you’ve done it.”
          ― George Bernard Shaw


          “If you want to get ahead in life, I’ve found that perhaps the most useless word in the world is “tomorrow.”
          ― José N. Harris


          “What is deferred is not avoided.”
          ― Thomas More


          “Inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work”
          ― Chuck Close


          “If you always do what is easy and choose the path of least resistance, you never step outside your comfort zone. Great things don’t come from comfort zones.”
          ― Roy Bennett


          “Your ideas have legs and just as they run through your head, they could be running through someone else’s head and it’s just a matter of who gets to the finish line first. Nothing is new under the sun so act on your ideas.”― Sanjo Jendayi


          “You may not be punished for your procrastination, but for sure you will be punished by your procrastination.”
          ― Debasish Mridha


          When You Need Pulling out of Procrastination

            “Time is an equal opportunity employer. Each human being has exactly the same number of hours and minutes every day. Rich people can’t buy more hours. Scientists can’t invent new minutes. And you can’t save time to spend it on another day. Even so, time is amazingly fair and forgiving. No matter how much time you’ve wasted in the past, you still have an entire tomorrow.”
            ― Denis Waitley


            “A year from now you may wish you had started today.”
            ― Karen Lamb


            Print these quotes out, stick them on the wall in front of your desk – do whatever it takes to remember why you shouldn’t be putting your work off, or getting distracted by a desire to rearrange your socks into colour order.

            It won’t be easy, but being aware of how detrimental procrastination is to your longer-term goals is the first step towards overcoming it.

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