Miss Lori has a Jabra_US Freeway Bluetooth Speakerphone giveaway to start 2012 handsfree

On this the first Twitter #FollowFriday of 2012 I have a #FF, a Shareview and a giveaway all in one just for you in the first #MLTVFFGive! But for me it is also the beginning of the fulfillment of one of my 2012 blogging wishlist objectives:

10. In 2011 I had the pleasure of driving over 14 cars from brands such as CadillacChevyGMCBuick,NissanChryslerDodge and Ford. It was wonderful, until I had to return to my own used vehicle. While I used to be satisfied, after experiencing all of the bells and whistles of a new car it feels like returning to the dark ages when I have to get back into my 2005 minivan. But I don’t have to stay there, not with all of the products out there that I can add to my car to bring me into the twenty first century. In 2012 I would like to team up with companies like JabraOn Star an others and do a post about how to soup up your used car to give it that new car feel of power and connectivity.

As a used car owner I get some serious car envy when I see the high tech new cars that some of my friends drive. Spending as much time in my car as I do I would benefit seriously from a few bells and whistles that could make my drive time, easier, more pleasant, more productive and even safer. Well, I have found one bell that will have me whistling while I drive. The  @Jabra_US Freeway Bluetooth Speakerphone! It is the Cadillac of car speakerphones, but it is so easy to use.

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I love it when my tech talks to me. And talk to me this does. When I pair it and my phone with a special text to talk service called voice assist, my Jabra Freeway chatters away at me almost incessantly. But that’s okay, because it means I am keeping my eyes where they belong, on the road. Making me not only safe but legal! Best of all my first year of voice assist comes FREE with my Jabra Freeway! All I have to do is log on and register and my World leaves my hands and lives in my ears.

Press the Voice button on your Freeway and say “Voice Assist”

With Voice Assist, you can safely dial contacts by name and:

 

Voice Assist is AWESOME, but that’s not the only reason to love my Jabra Freeway. No, I love my Jabra freeway because it isn’t just good for the freeway, it’s good for all-ways I live and listen. It can follow me wherever I go that I need an audible power boost. The Jabra Freeway pairs with any bluetooth item you use that produces sound like your mp3 player, your tablet, your computer, thanks to the 3-speaker enabled virtual sound and audio streaming technology (A2DP). It’s crisp, its clear and it rocks.

But what is most rocking about the Jabra Freeway is it’s affordability. Face it, I don”t own a used car by choice, I own one because it is all that my budget will allow. Lucky for me the Jabra Frewway is a high-end gadget at a bargain price, only around $113 on Amazon right now! But on this Follow Friday you could get your own Jabra Freeway Bluetooth Speakerphone for FREE! As my inaugural #MLTVFFGive giveaway. One lucky reader will win their very own Jabra Freeway with a full year subscription of voice assist for FREE! All you have to do is follow the directions in the trusty dusty Rafflecopter form below, and you will be on your way to winning a JabraUS Freeway Bluetooth Speakerphone.

So what are you waiting for? Get to commenting, tweeting, sharing, etc so you can get on your way to being handsfree, with a JabraUS Freeway Bluetooth Speakerphone of your very own. (Contest ends at 12:01am Thursday January 12th! Winner will be contacted via email and other social media outlets. Open to US residents only.)


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SMILE On!

ML

This is a * Level 10 Post: Products, services or tickets were provided to Miss Lori to give away in a contest and to keep for her own use, attendance, or for review.

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Comments

  1. Angel Oakley says:

    Nice to know what I miss out on when I don’t check my Google+ often enough ;) Here’s to Happy Snow Driving Days

  2. Minta says:

    I would love to use it while in my car trying to talk on my phone with the speakerphone on so I don’t have to hold it while driving.  Thanks for the chance to win.
    Minta

    mintab@gmail.com

  3. This would be perfect for using in the car when I have to take a call from my kids!

  4. This would be perfect for using in the car when I have to take a call from my kids!

  5. This would be perfect for using in the car when I have to take a call from my kids!

  6. Linette says:

    I would love to use it to listen to tunes, and talk on my cell phone:-)

  7. Clueless Mama says:

    I would love to have this so that I could use it in the car.  I have really been trying to not talk on the phone at all while driving, but for those times that I have to, it would come in handy.  Thanks for the chance.

  8. Carmen Askew says:

    Ha ha it would make me legal…I’m the worst at driving without a hands free device. I have a Jabraus bluetooth but have it buried in the bottom of my purse most of the time. The speakerphone looks like it would be hard to lose, even in my purse :)

  9. I have an older van also (2004 Nissan Quest) that I refuse to upgrade because I’m still happy with it despite lacking the latest technology. However, when it comes to hand-free calling while driving, I do have issues because the bluetooth devices I currently have don’t fit my ear well and I spend too much time adjusting them instead of paying attention to the road. So I don’t use them! Speaker is my best friend and this would certainly be an improvement (both comfort and safety) over what I’m currently using!

  10. Greta says:

    Unfortunately our habits keep us looking at our phones in the car. Bad, bad, bad for all the obvious reasons. This is such a smart idea for drivers!

  11. Skkorman says:

    Anything that helps me stay safe while driving is a great thing to have!

  12. Lisa says:

    Easy — I won’t be afraid to be on my cell phone trying to find the correct parking garage and being terrified I’m going to get a ticket!

  13. Miss Lori says:

    Good for you Cherise. It’s hard for some people to resist the urge. With the Jabra Freeway you won’t have to worry about exercising such great self control. You can be mobile and connected. Good Luck!

    SMILE On!

    ML

  14. Miss Lori says:

    The Jabra Freeway will absolutely give you in car access to your ipod. And the sound quality is amazing! Good Luck!

    SMILE!

    ML

  15. Cherise says:

    I love that I could safely text while driving!  Right now I don’t text in the car.

  16. superdumb says:

    I would love to be able to listen to my iPod in the car since local radio is not so hot and I only have a tape deck…

  17. Miss Lori says:

    Good luck to you Kay!

    SMILE On!

    ML

  18. Kay Lynn says:

    I would love being safe and productive on the road.

  19. Miss Lori says:

    I think anyone who has a teenage driver must have a speakerphone in their car. We need to give our children the tools hey need to “do right”. Good luck to you!

    SMILE On!

    ML

  20. Miss Lori says:

    I hear ya. Now with my Jabra Speakerphone I only have to fumble with fruit snacks, kleenex, and everything else my children ask me for while I am driving. LOL! You will love how easy this speakerphone is to use. Once you have linked your phone to it it will automatically connect you when you get in the car. It’s so convenient. Good luck to you!

    SMILE On!

    ML

  21. Miss Lori says:

    Unfortunately I know your pain personally. I too suffered a similar fate near my son’s school when I had o rush there because he became ill. Forgot my earpiece and paid for it. Never again with my Jabra Speakerphone! Good luck!

    SMILE On!

    ML

  22. DeeDixon says:

    I have three teens, two are driving age. I need to be able to answer their calls and model good driving behavior.  I would greatly benefit from the safety and convenience of the speaker phone as would the rest of my family. 

  23. N. Nicholes says:

    When you have four children in the car with you, you need to NOT have to fumble with anything when it comes to driving. Especially if you must be on the phone to get directions or call to tell a current appointment that you are running late (pediatrician anyone?) Thanks for offering this! 

  24. After paying $170 for a ticket due to talking on my cell phone (the Bluetooth I had was broken), I would definitely love to win this prize.

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