For a long time, car multimedia was limited to applications like high-end cars, limousines, and recreational vehicles. The idea of watching movies or playing video games in a car didn’t hit the mainstream until the late 90s and early 00s, and even then car multimedia was largely limited to expensive video head units and bulky VCR- or DVD-in-a-bag systems.
Today, in-car multimedia can be enjoyed through OEM infotainment systems, feature-rich aftermarket video head units, portable DVD players and screens, and a variety of other setups. There’s almost no limit to the ways you can configure a car multimedia system, and the only sure thing is that you need an audio component, a video component, and some type of media to play on your system.
While driving uses of mobile phone is not advisable as it causes accident so these device are there to help you out. You can service the call or make the call without using your mobile with this Bluetooth hands free kits.