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Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year

Navigation panel inside a car. Finger pointing on destination

The automotive world is about to have to choose a side. Apple and iOS or Google and Android. With Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year, buying a car means looking at your phone.

What you need to know about Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year.

Mobile phone operating systems or mobile OS are heading to cars. A recent Gizmodo article briefly discusses Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year. It specifically mentions that Kia and Hyundai will be using the Android OS by the end of the year. Some cars already have limited iOS compatibility, but that is expected to change as Apple continues to push iOS in competition with Android.

Many people already know if they prefer iOS or Android and that allegiance might impact the way some people buy cars. Having a mobile OS in your car means access to your music, contacts, and more without having to use your phone or wirelessly connect with Bluetooth.

Be sure to let us know whether you would rather have and Android or iOS car in the comments!

What does Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year mean for distracted driving?

Distracted driving is a big problem for drivers. No one is sure whether Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year means that distracted driving will increase or decrease. It is possible that people won’t be distracted by needing to look at their phones. It is also possible that people will instead stare at their car’s display instead.

Lawmakers and police will be watching for signs of distracted driving with Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year.

If you want to know more about Google Android Heading to Cars Next Year or distracted driving tickets and citations please call Traffic Ticket San Antonio at 210-745-2825. Our trained Traffic Ticket Attorney’s handle thousands of citations every year. Don’t fight your Texas Traffic and Ticket Citations alone!


About the Author

Justin A. Coquat is a founding member of The Coquat Law Firm, P.C. Mr. Coquat has represented clients with Traffic Tickets, Speeding Tickets, CDL Tickets and MIPs for over seven years and has resolved an excess of 2,500 citations. He is a San Antonio native who went to The University of the Incarnate Word and then South Texas College of Law in Houston. Mr. Coquat represents victims of traffic tickets in the San Antonio Municipal Court, Bexar County Justice of the Peace Courts, Schertz Municipal Court, Selma Municipal Court, Leon Valley, Helotes, Hollywood Park, Alamo Heights, Shavano Park and Garden Ridge. He also resolves traffic tickets in other local jurisdictions such as the Helotes Municipal Court, Marion Municipal Court, Elmendorf Municipal Court, Three Rivers Municipal Court, George West Municipal Court and Justice of the Peace Courts in Comal County, Guadalupe County, Atascosa County and Live Oak County . Mr Coquat can be reached for a free traffic ticket defense consultation at 210-745-2825.

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