Apple's iOS in the car has a long way to go before it's ready for the open road.
In Car Gadgets reviews
Want to keep tabs on where your car, bike or teen is at all times? The Spot Trace tracker could be the gadget you're looking for.
Keeping multiple devices charged in-car, especially more power-hungry tablets, can be tricky. PNY has a solution.
It's not CarPlay, but this Bluetooth gadget is surely one of the cheapest, easiest ways to get iOS in your car.
You can argue against driving with any level of alcohol in your blood, but the law allows it. This gadget helps you make the call.
You can have a Bluetooth headset for as little as £10. So can this high-end Jabra justify its price premium?
The Mio MiVue 388 drive recorder uses high definition of video, GPS tracking and a g-sensor to protect you and your licence.
How can you get the latest multimedia tech into your car without the need to spend tens of thousands on an all new motor? Give the Android-powered Parrot Asteroid Tablet a try.
A charger for your car that fits Apple's new lightning connector for the iPhone 5, iPad mini and iPad 4.