IF YOU ARE LIKE ME, occasional gridlock slows you down. What better way to leverage the frustration of daily travel than by some technology that helps you through the daily papers while behind the wheel? With a simple twist-on attachment, you can enjoy hands-free reading while stopped in traffic. The Easy Reader takes the pressure out of juggling things while driving. It lets you relax comfortably without the need to ever hold what you you have close at hand (e.g., coffee cups, jumbo breakfast rolls, your Asus Eee PC 710 ultraportable computer). Confused tourists in Ireland (or savvy country drivers visiting Dublin) can assemble their thoughtfully-folded road maps dead centre on their steering wheels and avoid the annoying voice of their GPS map units. I spotted this clever technology while reading a review from a guy who bought his Easy Reader "six months ago and its great. I can read while driving and best of all, I can move it to a new car every time I crash my current one. So far, I've gone through five cars in six months, and this thing attaches to every steering wheel. My insurance company is threatening to drop me, but without this item, I simply wouldn't be able to fill out my insurance form while driving." That's a good enough endorsement for me.
Maxi-Aids -- "Easy Reader" for $30. It has earned three five-star reviews on Amazon.com. Get yours today. Operators are standing by.