The Garmin Drive 51 LMT-S is one of the few dedicated GPS’ to consider – but is it really worth the high price?
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Mio adds touchscreen control and a speed camera database to its nifty MiVue drive recorder.
Want to keep tabs on where your car, bike or teen is at all times? The Spot Trace tracker could be the gadget you're looking for.
It's not CarPlay, but this Bluetooth gadget is surely one of the cheapest, easiest ways to get iOS in your car.
Mini review The Mio MiVue 388 drive recorder uses high definition of video, GPS tracking and a g-sensor to protect you and your licence.
A charger for your car that fits Apple's new lightning connector for the iPhone 5, iPad mini and iPad 4.
This in-car hands-free Bluetooth kit packs a lot of power into its svelte and easy to use form.
Why suffer the sludge served up at motorway service stations when you can make your own flavoursome coffee in-car?
xTool iOBD2 is a combination of hardware and app that supports iPhone and Android and brings home-brew car diagnostics to your smartphone via a wireless connection.
Zero support for iPod or iPhone. It's a common problem with older cars. The Griffin iTrip DualConnect gives you two ways to get tunes out of your Apple device and into your car.
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