Wednesday, February 02, 2011

eyes on the road, hands on the wheel

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Evie. All opinions are 100% mine.

I usually don't drive to work thanks to my employers generous public transportation subsidies combined with my general distrust of most of the other drivers out there. This mistrust was reinforced the other day when just after I had merged onto the expressway traffic came to a dead slow crawl. I certainly wasn't expecting that and apparently neither was the car behind me as I saw them closing the gap between us rather quickly followed by the sound of brakes screeching. A close call and we had just finished shopping the week prior to that replacing our other car that had been totaled in a rear ending.

Far too many cars out there and far too many distracted drivers. It was bad enough when it was just voice calls interrupting concentration, with the number of smart phone and social media apps out there combined with phones with no 'real' keyboard, you all but have to take your eyes off the road to see what you are doing.

That is unless you have a way to use your own voice to control your iPhone. Enter Evie! Stay connected and just say what you want. From call Mom, call 555-1212, to play Bob Dylan. Evie listens and does it!

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Evie can even read your Facebook feeds and search for the closest gas station!

If you spend even a few minutes behind the wheel, you owe it to yourself and others on the road to give it a try. Head to the app store and download it and see what I mean.

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Anonymous Oak Dining Set said...

Many car accidents due to using phones while driving which is not right. We must focus on our driving. Eyes on the road and hands on the wheel.

1:26 AM  

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