MyRide.com Guide to Hands-Free Calling in Your Car
A look at the options out there for going hands-free with your phone
What if you own a car that doesn’t have integrated Bluetooth? There are a variety of aftermarket Bluetooth kits that allow you to replicate many of the features you would get from a factory-installed system, like the ability to route calls through your car’s speakers. Our pick? Parrot’s CK3100 is a popular choice with a voice-activated interface for dialing by name and a phonebook-syncing feature that imports contacts directly from your phone. Currently on Amazon for $130, don’t forget to factor in installation costs ($49.99 at Best Buy) if you forgo the do-it-yourself install route.