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Q: How can I control my iPod while driving?

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How can I control my iPod while driving?

If you are listening to your iPod through your car’s speaker system through the USB port, you can control the songs with the standard radio buttons. These buttons will allow you to skip songs, replay songs, or fast forward and rewind through songs, even though they’re on your iPod.

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