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This heads-up display makes it easier to navigate in your car

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TL;DR: As of Nov. 6, you can get the HUDWAY Glass Heads-Up Navigation Display for just $49.95 instead of $59.95 — that’s a 16% discount.

Having smart navigation with you in the car can be incredibly helpful, but it may not be the safest thing to be looking at a map when you want your eyes on the road. Instead, there may be a safer solution that still lets you use your phone for navigating but puts the map right there in front of you. HUDWAY is a dashboard Heads-Up Display (HUD) that could make it easier and safer to see where you have to go, and it’s on sale for $49.95. 

Heads up! This is a great new way to navigate 

You may be an awesome driver, but you can only do so much if you have to take your eyes off the road to look at the GPS. HUDWAY makes it so you can keep your gaze straight ahead while checking your navigation. For such a futuristic-looking device, HUDWAY is super simple to set up and use. Just pull up any Heads-Up Display app on your smartphone. 

HUDWAY manufacturers specify that it’s compatible with all of them. Dial in where you need to go, then set your phone down in front of HUDWAY. The display on your phone will reflect on your HUD’s glass and produce an image that’s up to 20% larger and designed to be crystal-clear. The view is transparent, so you aren’t missing any part of the road. Kelley Blue Book even considers HUDs a safety feature.

Included with your purchase are two HUDWAY mounts so you can stick your HUD anywhere on your dashboard. Find a spot that feels natural and safe for you, and then take it out for a spin. 

Keep your eyes on the road while you drive 

There are all sorts of accessories to make your car more comfortable, but now you may be able to make it safer. For a limited time, get a HUDWAY Glass Heads-Up Navigation Display on sale for $49.95 (reg. $59). That’s 16% off.

Prices subject to change.

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