Powered by Cell Control, a Bluetooth device can be installed in your vehicle to stop you from making unsafe cell calls! “What next,” you are probably asking yourself. This nifty little gadget will disable the use of  text, email, phone, apps and more. This safe driving system features wireless Bluetooth technology and Cellcontrol software which automatically disables the use of text, phone, email and any other distracting applications while you are driving.

Parts include a trigger and user guide to put it in place. The supporting operating systems that work with the Scosche device is Android version 2.1 and above, BlackBerry version 4,5 and above,  Windows Mobile 5,6, Symbian S60, 3rd edition and SelectBrew and Brew MP. Unfortunately, the device is not compatible with Apple IOS/phone or Windows Phone 7.

The device works on 1996 and newer vehicles and plugs into your vehicle’s On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) port. The Trigger unit then reads the data from this port and sends a Bluetooth signal to your phone when the vehicle is moving. Before installing the Trigger, you must install the Scosche cellcontrol app by downloading and installing it on your phone. After the application is installed, Cellcontrol runs in the background and does not have a screen presence (unless it is blocking calls while driving).  Account activation veries somewhat with Android and BlackBerry.

Scosche offers tech support (1-800-621-3695, ext. 3) if  you encounter any problems. For more information, or how to order the Cellcontrol trigger unit, call 1-80-621-3695, ext. 3, or go to www.scosche.com/cellcontrol.