We can't all drive teched-out cars like a Tesla Model 3, with its touchscreen and phone app that can bring the car to you in a parking lot.
Sure, some car owners can use Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to text and listen to podcasts, but then the rest of us are driving practically blind with no proximity sensor warnings and only the radio for our entertainment.
But those of us with "dumb" cars don't have to stay that way. With some simple after-market tricks, you can give your ride a high-tech makeover with advanced driver assistance features.
Hey, your car might not be Tesla smart, but it's learning. Read more...More about Gift Guide 2019, Tech, and Transportation