A dashcam is one of the best investment you can make. Should there be an accident, you’re instantly more credible than the other person.
Got into an accident with a crazy woman who lied and said I ran a stop sign and that it was my fault. Showed her my dashcam footage, she shut right up and paid me appropriately
This backup camera attaches to your license plate and is super easy to install!
The best way to tackle messy cars? Prevent it from happening in the first place! Keep a lidded trash can in your vehicle to contain all the wrappers, cups and other trash that accumulates in the car.
Drop Stop prevents keys, phones, change, jewelry, makeup, bottle caps, pens, gum, and more from falling down The Black Hole between your car seats
Emergency road triangles warn other drivers of a breakdown or crash ahead. I consider these as important as a first aid kit in your trunk.
If on a highway, you should put one 10 feet behind you, and another farther back. If you’re on a tight road, you’ll need the third for warning the other side coming on, or… put the third on your roof.
This reflective vest is absolutely essential and will keep you visible to other cars in case of an emergency situation. I put one in the trunks of all my family members.
This little add-on to your mirrors will eliminate that dangerous blind spot while you drive. They are extremely useful and have saved so many lives. And the best part? They are extremely cheap.
Keep this in your car in case of an emergency – This thing is the size of a cellphone and will charge your car battery and inflate your tires
If your check engine light turned on in your car, This OBDII Scan Tool will tell you exactly whats’s wrong with it. Itworks with iPhone and Android and provides an easy code reader to clear a check engine light and all other vehicle systems, making it easy to diagnose any issue that crops up
This car phone holder is awesome. It attaches to your dashboard and extends and pivots to give you the best viewing angle.
You can’t find these wiper blades in car parts stores because they last too long and they want you back every year to buy crappy wipers
I always use a sunshade anytime I’m parking outside more than 15 minutes in the summer. It’s a noticeable difference on the steering wheel and seat. Plus it protects your dashboard and seats from the heat.