TomTom Via 1535 TM

Scosche MotorMouth II Stereo Bluetooth car kit

Joby GorillaTorch Blade

Alpine CDE-124SXM CD/SiriusXM receiver

Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel

The kid brother of our Top Pick 2535 M, the 1535 TM steps down from the subscription-based HD Traffic service to a free basic traffic for the lifetime of the unit.
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For many people, the Scosche MotorMouth II will be everything they need and nothing they don't. Simply plugging this tiny bauble into an auxiliary input adds Bluetooth hands-free calling and audio streaming to almost any car's stereo setup. An extension cable is provided for cars with inputs in places other than the dashboard.
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It's already a good idea to keep a flashlight in a car's emergency kit. Why not pack a flashlight that can hold itself while you change a tire?
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It's not often that a device can be called both cutting-edge and entry-level in the same breath, but that's exactly what the CDE-124SXM is. This car audio receiver bundles a basic CD receiver with USB connectivity with the new unified radio tuner for SiriusXM, which can pause live broadcasts for up to 30 minutes and notify the listener when a favorite song, artist, or sports team is playing on another station.
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Public roads are no place to drive like a maniac, but the Xbox 360 is. Help your favorite gamers shave seconds off of their lap times as they rush for the finish line behind the Wireless Speed Wheel.
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