Using Voice Commands For Mobile Phones While Behind The Wheel


Rather than looking down trying to find the icon on your cell to call home, why not give voice commands a try? You don’t have to take your eyes off the road and you can do all kinds of cool things — even play a song.

We all know we should not text under any circumstances while we are driving. Besides texting, there are a number of things we use our cell phones for (often while driving a car) that we could be using voice commands for. When voice commands first made their debut they were terrible. I blamed it on my Western Pennsylvania accent but the truth is, it couldn’t even detect the word “Call” half the time. I gave up on it. However, after reading this great blog, I have started using my voice commands again and it is MUCH better than it used to be.

 

Accidents happen in a split second. Rather than looking down trying to find the icon on your cell to call home, why not give voice commands a try? You don’t have to take your eyes off the road and you can do all kinds of cool things — even play a song. Who knew? This is a great read – I hope you will put some of these into practice in your own car!

 

Make sure you’re protected while behind the wheel. Call O’Connor Insurance Associates at (704) 510-8884 for more information on Charlotte auto insurance.

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