On July 1st, Washington joined the five states who have passed a “hands-free while driving” law. This law states that all communication devices used while driving must be hands-free. While the law exempts the hearing impaired, we recommend that to remain as alert as possible while driving, even the hearing impaired should own hands-free devices.
Fortunately, technology has advanced to match this new need for special communication instruments, and a new high-end hearing device called the EPOQ is perfect for the task. The remarkable attribute of the EPOQ is its new 3-dimension auditory processing, which gives users a complete awareness of where the sounds around them are coming from. This results in a very natural sound, making compliance with the “hands-free” law as comfortable and easy as possible.
The EPOQ also has unique wireless connectivity that allows it to connect to Bluetooth phones and most MP3 players and computers. With a companion device, called the Streamer, you can convert the instrument into a phone or a music player at the touch of a button, making it even easier to drive hands-free. With this instrument, your hearing device never has to be a limitation and safe driving never has to be a challenge again!
Contact us for more information about the EPOQ, the Streamer, and other advanced technological devices.