We offer a wide range of hands-free kits to suit your requirements from the Parrot CK3000 Evolution, offering the convenience of voice recognition and outstanding sound quality by using your car's sound system as a receiver,  to the Parrot MKi9200, a Bluetooth hands-free system with a 2.4-inch high-resolution TFT colour screen.

As a certified Parrot installer you can trust our team for expert advice and installations of the highest quality.

Parrot CK3000 Evolution: Bluetooth hands-free system (no screen), User Interface: 3 buttons, Built in voice recognition for making calls, Phonebook: up to 150 contacts per telephone, up to 450 in total per system

Pattor CK3100 LCD: Bluetooth hands-free system with LCD screen, User interface: screen with 3 buttons, Displays menus, contacts, user settings etc, Built-in voice recognition for making calls, Phonebook: up to 1000 contacts per telephone, up to 5,000 in total per system

Parrot MKi9000: Bluetooth hands-free system (no screen), Dual Mode (MULTIPOINT) : simultaneous connection with 2 Bluetooth phones, Automatic phonebook synchronisation, Speaker-independent voice recognition, Connectivity: iPod / iPhone, USB, line-in, Bluetooth (A2DP)

Parrot MKi9100: Bluetooth hands-free system with OLED screen, Dual Mode (MULTIPOINT) : simultaneous connection with 2 Bluetooth phones, Automatic phonebook synchronisation, Speaker-independent voice recognition, Connectivity: iPod / iPhone, USB, line-in, Bluetooth (A2DP)

Parrot MKi9200: Bluetooth hands-free system with 2.4” colour screen, Dual Mode (MULTIPOINT) : simultaneous connection with 2 Bluetooth phones, Automatic phonebook synchronisation, Speaker-independent voice recognition, Connectivity: iPod / iPhone, USB, line-in, Bluetooth (A2DP)

Mobile Phones:

Using mobile phones when driving:the law

It's illegal to ride a motorcycle or drive using hand-held phones or similar devices.

The rules are the xame if you're stationary at traffic lights or queuing in traffic.

It's also illegal to use a hand-held phone or similar device when supervising a learner driver or rider.

Penalties for using your phone while driving

You can get an automatic fixed penalty notice if you're caught using a hand-held phone while driving or riding.  You'll get 3 penalty points on your licence and a fine of £100.

Your case could also go to court and you could be disqualified from driving or riding and get a maximum fine of £1000.  Drivers of buses or goods vehicles could get a maximum fine of £2500.

New Drivers

You'll lose your licence if you get 6 or more penalty points within 2 years of passing your test.

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