DT’s ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaway: Motorola Roadster 2

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They say it’s better to give than receive, and since we’re pretty sure we’re on Santa’s naughty list this year, what better way to score some points with the big guy than to offer up some holiday goodies for the price of free?

You read that right,  we’re giving away a Motorola Roadster 2 Universal Bluetooth in-car speakerphone to one lucky reader. No doubt many of you like to stay in touch with loved ones while on the go and with the Motorola Roadster 2 you can initiate and respond to calls hands-free with the device’s integrated voice controls. What’s more, Android users need simply download the free My Motospeak App, allowing user to listen to and compose texts messages all with simple voice commands. Digital music lovers can also stream music from the device’s 2-watt speaker, or through their car’s speakers using the Roadster 2’s built-in FM transmitter.

The rules are simple, just post in the comments section below and tell us one driving habit or characteristic you have that would land you on Santa’s naughty and one that would put you on the nice list. We’ll randomly select one person on Thursday, December 20 with the lucky winner getting a Motorola Roadster 2 of their very own.

Don’t own a car? Prefer public transpiration? No worries! We have a ton of other gifts to give away, just be sure and check back all month long for DT’s  ‘Better Than Socks’ Holiday Giveaways.

Update: The giveaway for the Motorola Roadster 2 is officially over, folks. We’d like to give a very sincere thanks to each and everyone one of you who participated.

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