The Best Gadgets For Your Car That You Need In Your Life

Modern cars come with some fancy stuff but there always seems to be that little bit extra that we can add. The question is, what extras do you think that your car needs? Here are some ideas that we think you should add to your car.

Lifesaver tool

If you were in a car accident and your car stopped working, but you were trapped inside, what would you do? If you had a Lifesaver tool, you could easily get out. These tools are made with everything you could possibly need to escape a vehicle including a cutter that is designed to cut through seatbelts and a military grade punch point to smash the glass.


Camera system

If you spend any time on the road, you will know that people drive like idiots. In order to protect yourself from legal repercussions, you should think about getting a camera fitted to your car. Hopefully, you will never need to employ any professional legal services, but if you do, it helps to have a recording of what happened. You can even get them in the form of a mirror dash so they blend seamlessly with the rest of the car.


Tyre monitor

This is another one for the safety category, especially if you have an older car. Nower cars come with build-in tyre monitors, so if there is an issue with the pressure, you will know about it before it gets too flat. This device connects your tyre with your mobile phone and shows you in real time what is happening with the car.


Mini vacuum

If you have kids, you will know how annoying it is when they drop crumbs all over the back of the car. Keeping a mini vacuum handy to hoover up those random bits of food that don’t make their mouths can help keep your car a lot cleaner and fresher.


Battery pack

For some reason, our car batteries have a habit of dying on us at the strangest times. If you have an older car, investing in a battery pack can be a lifesaver. Not only can you jump start your car without the need of another vehicle, some of them come with a pump to blow up your tyres if you develop a flat.


Hand gel dispenser

If there is one thing that we have needed buckets of during the last 18 months, it is hand gel. This antibacterial wonder has been a saviour, and now you can get a specially shaped dispenser for your car. This is a simple design for a simple product, but it has become so essential we can’t see how we can live without it now.


Mobile coffee maker

Yes, we know it is easy enough to swing by Starbucks but if you love your coffee and have to have a certain type, you could invest in a mobile coffee maker. These can plug into the car socket and provide you with a fresh brew all day long.


Skyroof tent

If you want to take your staycation game up a level, you need to invest in a skyroof tent. This tent folds into a cargo box that fits the top of your car. Depending on the type that you pick, you can easily fit two adults and two children inside to sleep. This is a great way to ensure that your tent never blows away when you are camping.



We have all been there. You go out for a meal, end up having a couple of drinks and are left wondering if it is still ok for you to drive. You might feel fine, but what would the law say? Having a breathalyzer takes the guesswork out of this for you. Of course, it is better if you don’t drink at all but this is handy when you have had one or two and still want to drink legally.


Heads-Up display

A lot of luxury vehicles have heads-up displays as standard now. However, if you don’t have the latest luxury car, you can still have a display. Using a heads-up display can help your eyes from wandering around the dashboard to check your speed and if the fuel light is about to come on.


Cargo box

We are heading back to the 1990s and getting some retro vibes with the latest roof cargo box trend. Everyone is enjoying their staycation time and are taking advantage of a cargo box to help to carry all of the luggage a bit easier.