Automatic Pro will track your car for five years over 3G with no fees
【Summary】Smart car features for a fraction of the price
Automatic is back with a new version of its connected car adapter, and this time it doesn't need to be connected to your phone over Bluetooth to work. The Automatic Pro comes with free 3G connectivity for five years, and can track your vehicles location and status anywhere you go. It can send you alerts when your car starts or parks (no more wandering around the parking lot) track your fill-ups, tell you why your check engine light is on, and even features IFTTT support.
The Automatic Pro also comes with a Crash Alert feature, which will upload critical information to its responders like your location and the status of your car if it detects your vehicle has been in an accident. Responders — which are available 24/7 — can then contact emergency services and your loved ones.
Just like previous generations of Automatic adapters, the Pro connects to your car through the OBD-II Data Link Connector, which has been included in every car made after 1996, so compatibility shouldn't be an issue for most people. You can purchase the Automatic Pro today for $129 from the company's website.
resource from: The verge
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