The answer is NO!
Most cars or trucks are equipped with a USB interface instead of an old CD-ROM player. Many friends think that you can use a USB external optical drive to play music CDs in the car to relieve driving fatigue.
Because the most external optical drives currently on the market are mainly for laptops, tablets, or desktop computers running Windows, Mac, and Linux. Many cars vehicle systems are not compatible with these external optical drives although they may be able to read the music on the USB flash drive.
Is it possible to use an external optical drive in the car？
If your car or truck is equipped with an Android media system and USB data port, you can try an Android-compatible external CD/DVD drive like Hitachi LG GP96Y, which can also be used on Android phones, Android tablets, Android TVs, and Fire HD tablets, Windows and Mac computers.