This new Cellphone Jammer Key tool is great for parents, but maybe not so good for teens. Yes, adolescents love their cellphones and they probably use it a lot more than adults (especially while driving). We all know that!
But the Key2SafeDriving utensil is one tool that keeps a driver from having freeway concentrations and decreases the incidence of accidents from talking while driving.
Maybe it’s not the best era to be a teenager with so many tech gadgets putting restraints on teen fun, but this definitely ensures safer driving. The Key2SafeDriving tool combines a key fob with a Cellphone Jammer. Essentially, the way this works is when the key portion of the tool flicks out, signal blocking of the cell phone kicks into action. It connects to a handset using Bluetooth or RFID technology and puts the cellphone on “driving mode.” Although this does not actually jam the phone, the ringer is bypassed, and the caller will receive a message informing them that you’re intently concentratingÂ behind the wheel.
However, one option that still exists while using these so-called jammers is the handsfree devices to take your call. There is a design that actually puts a Built-IN Bluetooth Headset inside the cellphone, so that you don’t leave it behind, while you’re driving.
And for those of you who are into bikes,Â here’s a Bluetooth Helmet DIY that lets you place bluetooth earpieces inside your motorcycle helmet, when you’re on your leisure ride.