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TikTok user @rachel_meaders found one of the coolest car gadgets out the for frequent drivers. The powerful charger can give a boost to your phone or laptop, but it also allows you to jump start your car without waiting for someone to come by with cables.

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Volvo’s first EV is an electrified all-wheel-drive crossover with 408 horsepower and more than 200 miles of range, plus a 0-60 mph time of 4.8 seconds. Recharging to 80 percent takes 40 minutes using a DC fast charger. Prices start at less than $50,000.

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The new Bolt EUV crossover joins a redesigned Bolt later this year, priced from $33,995. The Bolt EUV, 6 inches longer than the Bolt, has a 250-mile range, and adds 95 miles of range in 30 minutes with a fast charger. Also, it’s available with Super Cruise, GM’s hands-free driving assistance system.

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Good route-planning apps will help you find public chargers on a road trip. A Department of Energy website, for instance, says there are 45 DC fast chargers near I-94 between Detroit and Chicago.

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You'll be accessing apps, taking photos and connecting with other park goers during your stay so consider bringing along extra chargers. Advises Veness, "If your family has more than one phone, use one at a time until the battery runs out." She also advises practicing with the My Disney Experience app before leaving home to avoid frustration and unnecessary use of the phone battery. Another pro tip: Veness recommends taking a photo of your contact information and using it as your locked screen image. Should you leave your phone (and the valuable photos within) behind during your adventure, the finder will know how to track you down.

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