The one thing that has perturbed our readers for three years is when their Bluetooth in their cars does not work. We have hundreds of comments from readers who are fuming over the fact there are multiple Bluetooth issues with iPhones in cars. The steps that Apple tells users to take don’t work very well, while we have several ways from readers to help fix the problems that are intermittent.
We were looking at photos on Pixabay, a wonderful resource of photographers who share their work free of charge and discovered the following photo below. We came up with caption in the photo. You are welcome to share your ideas in the comments below.
There are so many factors coming into the connected car space including huge sums of money from investors as well as very complicated moral issues. We hope you enjoy our new feature AUTO Connected Car news “Connected Car Crazy Captions.”
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“Uber tests out new drivers who cost less and work for treats.”
“My owner’s new telematics system is a real b*tch. He found out that instead of taking the kids to the soccer game we were at the dog park.”
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