The entertainment options for motorists today are positively dizzying. There was a time when a simple radio with one speaker provided all the listening pleasure a traveler could want – once the auto industry convinced the road-going public that music, news and talk shows could enhance the driving experience, rather than pose a distracting safety hazard. The first factory-installed radio, according to Visteon Corp., arrived in 1929. It had no volume control, had one horn-shaped speaker ...
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