If you don't have a portable GPS device, some newer car models come with factory-installed GPS systems. The next gadget helps you navigate better while driving at night.
BMW's Night Vision with Pedestrian Detection system allows drivers to see what (or who) is down the road -- even on the darkest nights. Wondering how fuel efficient your car really is? See the next gadget.
Tracking your miles per gallon with a gas mileage monitor can help change driving habits. Keep your passengers entertained with the monitors on the next page.
Car headrest and overhead DVD systems by Audiovox are shown at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2008. Looking for a way to play your iPod in the car? See the next gadget.
This FM transmitter allows your iPod to play through your car stereo. See another option for securing and playing your iPod in the car next.
A mount can hold your iPod steady while you drive, while allowing you to easily reach and control it. Take a look at a Bluetooth car stereo next.
The Kameleon is a Bluetooth car stereo. To keep your Bluetooth devices charged in the car, check out the next gadget.
The Iqua VizorSUN hands-free phone kit that clips on your car's sun visor. It combines Bluetooth with solar cells embedded in the VizorSUN's top. If you are looking to save more energy, the next gadget may save you gas and time on the road.
Audi's travolution device let's your car change traffic lights. If this driver maintains a speed of 31 miles per hour, then they'll coast through the next light. Worried about a teenage driver? Ease your fears with the next gadget.
The Tiwi system is a computer that uses GPS technology to let parents monitor their children's driving behavior. See Car Gadgets to learn more.