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HUDs not only display arrows for upcoming turns, but also information like your speed, mileage, engine warnings and more — all without ever requiring your eyes to leave the road.
It’s typically offered as a factory-installed add-on but is becoming standard equipment on higher-end cars and even some midlevel models.
And you don’t have to buy a whole new vehicle to get one.
Simply replace your current stereo with a Bluetooth-equipped one. Best Buy’s Kenwood radio, at .99, has over 100 positive customer reviews, and the company’s Geek Squad auto techs will install it for .99.
And in today’s constantly connected world, that makes Bluetooth capabilities a fan favorite upgrade.
Other companies have designed stands and smartphone apps that provide HUD capabilities for even less, like the Hudway Glass for .95. In fact the 2016 Ford F-150, a pickup truck, not only offers a seat warmer, but also front-seat cooling and massaging capabilities as well.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will require them in all new vehicles after May 1, 2018, as rearview blind spots account for over 15,000 injuries each year, and backup cameras reduce this blind zone by about 90%.
You can buy a quality rearview camera that you can install yourself for less than 0.
More advanced cushions can provide cooling and massages, while still costing less than 0.
Two examples with high customer ratings, the Five Star FS8812 10-Motor Vibration Massage Seat Cushion (.99) and the Gideon Luxury Cooling and Heating Ventilated Seat Cushion (.95), are available through Amazon.