Safety and Convenience

CARMATE PRO universal AIRVENT PHONE HOLDER provides a solution that makes driving easier and safer. We all need the safety of Hands Free (Arrive Alive) and with the easy to install and portable AIRVENT PHONE HOLDER the phone is in easy view and not in your hand (or on your lap). CARMATEPRO AV PHONE HOLDER significantly reduces the risk of being distracted.
Statistically there has been a significant increase in accidents caused by drivers looking for their cell phone, or reading messages. This is to be avoided at all times. When choosing a Car Phone Holder, choose a dash mounted system such as the CARMATE PRO AV Phone Holder. If window mounted ensure it does not distract your view or concentration, especially the larger phones that are becoming common place. The airvent holder tends to minimises driver view distractions.

Enables a safer environment to:

  • Listen & Watch Google Maps
  • View Incoming Calls & Phone Logs
  • Receive Emergency Calls
  • Use Voice Activation Apps.

Further Reference on safer driving and distractions read:
https://www.arrivealive.co.za/Avoiding-Distractions-whilst-Driving
https://www.arrivealive.co.za/pages.aspx?i=2979

CARMATE PRO automatically Dim’s the Music. No more trying to listen to the voice instructions over the car noise/radio.

PLUS VOICE ACTIVATION allows hands free outbound calling. (Selected Phones Only)

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Don’t sms while driving

Do not read or write messages whilst driving. If you have to read an sms make sure the car is stationery, or your pone is connected to the AV phone holder for a quick glance.

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Don’t wear earphones while driving

If taking a call do not use headphones/earphones whilst driving. Never listen to music via earphones.

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Don’t make calls while driving

Always use an integrated hands free device that “auto dims” the music when receiving a call, ideally a one button operation to answer.

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Carmate Pro is designed with “SAFETY”in mind and used responsibly encompasses 10 Key Safety Features:

  1. If taking a call do not use headphones/earphones whilst driving. Never listen to music via earphones.
  2. Never search for your phone or use on your lap, keep your phone in a cradle and always “keep your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road ahead” .
  3. Always use an integrated hands free device that “auto dims” the music when receiving a call, ideally a one button operation to answer.
  4. If your phone supports voice activation then use for outgoing emergency calls. Keep conversations brief.
  5. Always carry a charging lead and USB charger for emergency power.
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  1. When choosing a phone holder the most portable and safest is an air vent cradle that allows easy glance at eye level and does not obstruct your driving view.
  2. Never hold a map book or use a cell phone in one hand for navigation.
  3. Use voice enabled GPS to help you find places and prevent from frustrating misdirection’s. Use an integrated Bluetooth system with a phone holder, or in dash system that provides clear voice instructions, dims the music and can be charged whilst driving.
  4. Do not text or try and write messages whilst driving, If you have to see an incoming message make sure the car is stationery and have the phone in a cradle at eye level and merely glance, whilst keeping your eyes on the road and aware of other cars around.
  5. There are studies showing playing certain music can keep a driver alert, choose upbeat music if feeling tired, or stop and rest.