Turn your smartphone into a heads-up display!

Of the approximately 600 million people in the world who get behind the wheel every day, research says that nearly 75 percent of people are distracted while driving. Grabbing their coffee and taking a luxurious and energizing sip. Keeping children entertained while they ask a hundred questions from the back seat. Trying to find the perfect station for the drive in to work. Or, worst of all, reaching for and checking their phone. Even if you use your phone as a GPS, interacting with the actual handheld device can be a major distraction, even if you don't think it is. That's where Hudway Glass comes in.

Always have a clear view

Hudway Glass is the world's first car accessory that turns your smartphone into a heads-up display (HUD) to prevent distracted driving whether it's a bright, clear day, or a gloomy day with poor visibility.

The Hudway app is designed for low visibility conditions, like fog, rain, snow, or nighttime, to give you a heads-up so you can easily navigate upcoming turns that you may not be able to see otherwise. Hudway Glass works in any car and with any HUD app, like Navigation, Speedometer, or Speed Cameras, to reverse the app image and display it in the driver's line of sight.

Input your destination like you would with any navigational app, turn on the heads-up display option, place your phone on the dash (on top of Hudway's non-slip mat) and Hudway Glass displays the information transparently on your windshield, so that you can keep your eyes focused on the road instead of your phone or GPS.

Hudway Glass

$79.95

Hudway Glass is the world's first car accessory that turns your smartphone into a transparent heads-up display to prevent distracted driving, keeping you focused and your eyes on the road.

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Ready to roll

The HUD appears 20 percent larger on your windshield so you can easily see what's being displayed. No more squinting or leaning in to try to make out what's on the display.

Best of all, the non-slip mat for your dash means you no longer have to use the old suction-cup-to-the-windshield method. We all know the GPS inevitably jumps off the windshield when you go through a pothole, over a speed bump, or if the windshield gets too warm or cool. Now, you no longer have to panic because your navigation system won't pop off the windshield or fall to the floor while you're trying to navigate a confusing, new city. Just place your phone on the dash mat and you're ready to roll.