Parrot Bluetooth Car Kit

We spend a lot of time in the car. If you commute, you’re probably in your vehicle no less than an hour a day. That’s going to add up to nearly a full day spent in traffic every month. This goes up very quickly if your commute is longer. Being stuck in traffic isn’t a very relaxing time, but it’s one that can’t be avoided, either. A good way to increase your general efficiency is to find ways to make use of your time in the car.

The time doesn’t have to be wasted. It just has to be limited to things that you can do in the car. This is a longer list than you might think.

If you’ve ever considered the idea that you should get caught up on your reading, for instance, look into audiobooks. Imagine how much more reading you’d get done if you read for an hour a day. If you’re stuck an hour a day in traffic, you could get that “reading” in easily without needing to devote the same time or energy to it you would when you’d normally get home tired from your day. The average commute can create a nice structure for reading, and it will give you something to look forward to on the way out of the office.

Another good idea is integrating bluetooth. It isn’t safe to manually operate most electronic devices in a car, but bluetooth allows you to make calls, send texts, hear e-mails and conduct a surprising amount of business behind the wheel. A Parrot Bluetooth car kit at is a good starting point for this. Setting your car up for bluetooth isn’t complicated at all, but it can turn your vehicle into a second workspace. For those looking to really stick their next project at work, this can be invaluable, and because you can do everything from your car, it doesn’t carry the same baggage as having to take your work home with you. It’s one of the easiest sources of productive time to overlook, but making it productive is as easy as learning a new kind of electronic gadget.

These are just two ways to enhance your time spent commuting. There are many more. Not all time well spent requires having two hands to type or sign papers, and with a little know-how and ingenuity you can have yourself getting more done every single day.



  1. Sandy Cain says

    What a good idea! I live within spitting distance of an 8 lane highway, and at rush hour it turns into the world’s longest parking lot! Imagine if all those folks stuck in traffic used that time to learn a language, or as you say, listen to an audio book!

  2. Lucero De La Tierra says

    My husband has a hands-free cradle for his phone, but it’s practically useless when he’s driving to try to talk to him. The car is so noisy that the phone speaker picks up everything. Tried to call while he was on the road today and it sounded like he was inside a rock tumbler! The bluetooth option would be nice for listening to music and for him being able to hear me better, but I think he’s still need a noise cancelling bluetooth earpiece in order for me or anyone else to hear him well in a call.

  3. says

    I think blue tooth would be good for my son. He’s 23 and just newly out of college and will be commuting. I just didn’t realize how expensive it is. I will need to do some research on this. Thanks for your post, a great starting point.

  4. Charlene says

    I knew you could make calls using bluetooth but I had no idea you could send text messages and hear emails. That is wonderful. I’m going to check into it so I can let my son and x-husband know about it. Thanks for the review.

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