In the past few weeks, there have been a number of vehicles being reported to be equipped with walkie-talkies that are not connected to the vehicle’s internal speakers.
These Walkie-Talkie Stands were supposed to be connected to a car stereo system or some sort of audio interface in order to make it easier for the owner to operate the WalkieTalkie while they are in the vehicle.
If you were one of the many owners of a vehicle equipped with these Walkie Talks, you may want to take a look at what you should do about this.
In this article, I’ll show you how to install these Walkies in your car, which can be a major problem for those who are concerned about noise from these Walkiedies.
If you don’t have access to a WalkieTalks, it’s best to make sure that you have a vehicle with a walkie stand installed that will accept the Walkies, as well as a Bluetooth speaker.
In the article, we’ll walk you through the steps to install and maintain these Walkedies, along with what they do.
If you have an older model of VW Beetle or any car that is not yet equipped with a Walkies and would like to install them, you can visit a local VW dealer to see if they have the Walkiede and if they can install them.
After you install the Walkedie Stalls, make sure to make a note of where you put them and if you would like them to be on your dashboard or somewhere else.
You can also take photos of them if you wish to show them off.
Before you begin, check the instructions on the WalkIEStalls package for more information.