The Portable Electronic Device Docking Station is a universal docking device for cellular phones and smart phones that is intended for use inside of a motor vehicle.
Inventor Lori M. McElroy of Snyder, TX has created a universal docking device for cellular phones and smart phones that is intended for use inside of a motor vehicle.
Countless traffic accidents are related to weather, poor driving conditions, or mechanical failure, however, many are due to distracted driving. These accidents are primarily from using, talking, or texting on a cellular phone. Even though hands-free features have been developed to eliminate phone-related traffic accidents, the phone must be strategically positioned so that it can be seen without being held. Over a million lives are lost every year due to cell phones and driving, so Inventor McElroy was thereby inspired to create this device in an effort to reduce distracted driving and improve safety.
This clever new invention allows for hands-free cell phone usage. The device mounts securely on a dashboard. It helps eliminate distracted driving and improves safety for all. It works with all cellular phones and smart phones. The use of the Portable Electronic Device Docking Station provides the ability to enjoy all features of a cellular phone or smart phone in a safe manner regardless of the phones internal capabilities.