Re-Evaluating Useless Vehicle Features – Find Creative Solutions for Unused Features
The features of a vehicle can make or break the experience for a driver. While some features are exciting and useful, others can be completely useless. One of the most commonly cited useless features is the lack of Apple, Google Play and Sirius radio. This can be very frustrating for drivers who want to listen to their favorite music while on the road. Another feature that often gets overlooked is the camp speaker. Many drivers find this feature unnecessary as they prefer to listen to the sounds of nature when outdoors.
Another feature that is often considered useless is the wireless charging tray/pad. Some users have complained about their phone sliding around on the pad, making it difficult to keep it connected. Others have had trouble with loud noises every time it's turned on. Fortunately, there are solutions available such as buying a bracket or 3D printing one to suit your particular phone.
Other features that may be considered useless include the power tonneau, rear seat folded position, lift-over height of the frunk, reach-over length of gooseneck hinged tailgate, bug-eye halo ring around stadium headlights, look-at-me horizontal light bars front and rear, proximity "passive" key unlock sensitivity and repeated lock/unlock falses, blind corners on 360º overhead "bird's eye" view and unprepared service centers.
One possible solution for those who don't use the camp speaker is to remove it from the vehicle and leave it at home. Alternatively, someone could come up with a cool pull-out storage tray to take its place. This could even be a lockable storage area for added security.
Overall, while some features may seem useless at first glance, they can still be useful in certain situations. It's important to consider all aspects before deciding if a feature is truly useless or not. For example, the wireless charging tray/pad may be useful for those who don't want to plug in their phone every time they get in the car. Similarly, the power tonneau and rear seat folded position can be great for those who need extra storage space.
Ultimately, it's up to each individual driver to decide which features are most important to them. If a feature is not being used, then it might be best to remove it from the vehicle or find a creative way to repurpose it. With some thought and creativity, even the most useless features can become useful!
What feature do you find most useless on your ride?
Many people find the lack of Apple, Google play and Sirius radio to be the most useless feature. Others may find the camp speaker or wireless charging tray/pad to be useless. The location of the phone is also considered useless, as it needs to be in view on the dash but does not provide a 360º view. Other features that are considered useless include the power tonneau, rear seat folded position, lift-over height of the frunk, reach-over length of gooseneck hinged tailgate, bug-eye halo ring around stadium headlights, look-at-me horizontal light bars front and rear, proximity "passive" key unlock sensitivity and repeated lock/unlock falses, and blind corners on 360º overhead "bird's eye" view.