Here’s the latest reader question, along with my reply!
Jeff asks: You are one of my favorite Tom Woods guests. Thanks for all the hard work you do and the content you produce. I am in the market for a used truck. Any recommendations for used trucks that offer bluetooth stereo systems? Need to be able to listen to Tom Woods show without the performance limitations of CAFE standards.
My reply: I have really good news, Jeff! It isn’t necessary to buy the truck – new or used – to get the Bluetooth streaming capability. You can easily – and far more inexpensively – add a system with this capability to any vehicle, truck or car. Check with any store that sells electronics – computers, smart TVs and such. Crutchfield is another source, if you’d like to window shop online. See here.
Every new vehicle now offers and most come standard with Bluetooth.
Most vehicles – cars and trucks – built within the past five years will also usually have it. If you go back beyond five years, the field begins to winnow – but, again, very easy to add this feature to any vehicle – even one made decades ago.
I’d be happy to get specific with truck recommends, but I need a bit more information- such as whether you are looking for a compact, mid-sized or full-sized truck. Will you be using this to pull a trailer? How heavy? Do you need 4WD? Etc.
If you post a follow-up to this, I will reply to it as soon as I see it!
Thanks again for the kind words!
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