At Bannings we offer a wide range of Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kits for customers in Guildford, Surrey, London, Hampshire and the Home Counties.
Are you looking for a company that have a wide range of Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kits? Well, at Bannings, we provide a wide variety of Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kits including well-known brands Parrot and Bury. Most in-car handsfree solutions have moved away from physical connections to mobile phones in favour of Bluetooth – the communications standard developed to ease the linking of electronic equipment, and now the preferred method of linking mobile phones to an in-car handsfree device. We have been running for over 25 years and have installed thousands of Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kits and can happily say that we have many satisfied customers throughout Guildford, Surrey, London, Hampshire and the Home Counties. Furthermore, due to our skills and expertise, we are the leading specialist in state-of-the-art multimedia and provide professional installations for any vehicle including cars, caravans and motorhomes, as well as marine craft. You can be assured that we can meet all of your needs and together we will find the best Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kit for your vehicle. So, if you are interested in our range of Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kits, please contact us today for a free quotation.
Why should you choose Bannings for their Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kits?
We can cater to everyone’s needs and budget, with simple and portable devices available for those who need a Handsfree, Bluetooth Car Kit that moves with them between multiple vehicles, stand-alone solutions that use the existing audio system, and completely seamless options that integrate into your vehicles steering controls. We also have head-unit upgrades that are available with built-in Bluetooth, so if you are looking to change or upgrade your car radio, why not look at adding a Bluetooth enabled unit.
*The Law states, since 1st December 2003, drivers are prohibited from using a hand-held mobile phone or similar device while driving. The penalty was fixed penalty of £30, or a fine of up to £1,000 or up to £2,500 for drivers of goods vehicles. From 27th Februrary 2007, the penalty for using a hand-held mobile phone whilst driving increased to £60 plus three penalty points added to the drivers’ licence.