We all know it’s illegal in most states to use your mobile handset while on the road, but regardless of all the warnings, folks still do it.
That’s where services such as Android Auto come in handy - it allows you to resume your usual driving habits without risking a fatal collision.
This includes a rundown of which cars support Android Auto, along with a closer look at a selection of apps available on Google’s vehicle-based platform.
As the name implies, Android Auto is a version of Google’s widely used smartphone operating system that is specifically tailored to automobiles.
Like the smartphone or tablet you're used to using, Android Auto uses a combination of apps to make your driving experience better to some degree -
whether that's by providing you turn-by-turn navigation, or simple access to your Google Play Music library while you're on the road.