ANCHOR LEAD: When you're behind the wheel, nothing is more important than safety. Nowadays, mobile apps, GPS connectivity and motion-sensing technologies have been adapted to improve auto safety. Jay Curtis has the latest on technology and driving. (:60)
SCRIPT: Newsbreak, I'm Jay Curtis. During the national CarTech Demo Days taking place May 16 through the 18, you can experience state of the art technologies firsthand at your local specialty car dealer. Samantha Nevels of the Consumer Electronics Association says that new innovations help better safety and security.
CUT: (Nevels) Safety is paramount in moving vehicles and the driver's number one priority. There are a number of products that use voice recognition or Bluetooth that can help you use your smart phone and drive safe.
SCRIPT: As cars become more like digital platforms, the importance of easy-to-manage integrated solutions between smartphones and various in-car devices are the key to a better driving experiences.
CUT: (Nevels) There are a number of products available after market for any make or model year of a car that allows you to have more entertainment either through music streaming, accessing your media libraries or through CD and DVD players.
SCRIPT: For more information, log onto cartechdemodays.com. That's Newsbreak from CEA. I'm Jay Curtis.
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