We’ll probably be a Russian colony soon, so you might as well start assimilating to the culture by buying a dash cam. This one from Aukey includes a 1080p Sony sensor and 170 degree field of view, two different mounting options, and capacitors that are rated to work in temperatures from -4°F to 149°F.
If you own an older vehicle, you probably don’t have Bluetooth. Hell, you might not even have an AUX jack. But that doesn’t mean you can’t stream music, podcasts, and phone calls wirelessly to your stereo.
While suction cup-based smartphone car mounts have been largely supplanted by magnetic solutions, this Anker dash mount is a fantastic option for anyone who doesn’t want to block a vent or use a case with their phone. If that sounds like you, speed over to Amazon to get it for $14, its lowest price in months.
By now, most of you probably have a USB battery pack or two to keep your phones charged, and that’s great! But I’m willing to bet most of them won’t start your car if its battery dies.
There are few things more irritating than noticing your tires are low on air, and then having to find a bunch of quarters, driving to the gas station, and cursing the heavens when the compressor shuts off before you’ve finished filling all four.
Always be looking forward, and don’t dwell on what’s behind you. Good advice for life, not so great for a dash cam.
There’s no shortage of oil diffusers you can buy to humidify your home and make it smell nice, but what about your car? This miniature diffuser plugs into one of the USB ports you already have in your car, and is perfectly sized to sit in a cupholder. There’s nothing like eucalyptus to relax you on your commute home…
Everyone should keep an inverter in their glove box for powering laptops and other electronics in the car, and you’ve got two discounted options to choose from today, depending on how much power you need.
What’s that noise the car’s making? It’s all the crap rolling around in your trunk. This $22 pop-up organizer will keep everything in its place, and it even comes with a free bonus car cooler, as well as a reflective warning triangle for roadside emergencies.
While it’s certainly not as fast as the coin-operated air compressor at a gas station, this glove box-friendly compressor can save your bacon if you have to change a tire, or just can’t be bothered to find a bunch of quarters. One reviewer describes it as slighlty larger than two decks of playing cards, so you…
Anker’s beginning its drive into the automotive accessory space with an affordable new dash cam, and you can race over to Amazon to snag one for $67 with code 3RJ6NATH, the best price we’ve seen since our exclusive (and short-lived) $64 launch deal.
These microfiber mitts are great for washing your car or dusting around the house, but they could also come in handy on Halloween for terrifying children as you hand out candy. They’re worth $6 either way, in my opinion.
Be honest with yourself; when’s the last time you vacuumed the inside of your car? With this convenient $27 car vacuum, you might actually get around to cleaning your cabin. Just plug it straight into your car’s 12V outlet, then start digging for old french fries under your seat.
It’s 2017, and most people still put air in their tires by driving (on flat tires!) to a gas station, finding a bunch of quarters under their seat to pay for the air hose, and then finding another set of quarters after said hose shuts off after you’ve finished filling three tires.
You don’t need to buy a new car to get that fancy, blue-tinted Xenon headlight look. You can add it to your old beater with these Philips CrystalVision bulbs, now 20% off in the size of your choice.
If you like to keep your dog in the trunk of your SUV on long road trips, this adjustable barrier will keep them from diving headfirst into the backseat, but still lets them look up and see their favorite humans.
Chemical Guys makes everything you need to keep your car showroom-spotless, and one of their best bundles is $10 off for Prime members today.
We’ll probably be a Russian colony soon, so you might as well start assimilating to the culture by buying a dash cam. This one from Aukey includes a 1080p Sony sensor and 170 degree field of view, a design that tucks behind your rear view mirror, and capacitors that are rated to work in temperatures from -4°F to 149°F.