Imagine a Driving Assistant coming along with you and guiding you while you drive, so you can save hundreds on gas!  That sounds interesting doesn’t it? In this world of the Internet Of Things and Connected Cars, so much more is now possible using technology. We have talked about Zubie earlier and this time we are going to introduce you to your Personal Driving Assistant called Automatic. This Assistant can do much more like monitoring your car’s health and warning you if something is wrong, calling 911 if you are ever in an accident, and so on. All this is as simple as plugging Automatic into you car’s data port and you are on your way to becoming a smarter driver.




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FEATURES: Decode your check engine light like the pro’s with detailed description of issue provided from the app; Clear it for minor issues or if you need an expert the app will provide you well-reviewed mechanics nearby; Product intended for the US only, In an accident, get immediate assistance from a live agent; Emergency services are called while notifying your loved ones; Available 24/7 in the US and no subscriptionfees for 2nd Generation adapter, Stay under the radar with gentle audio warnings that help you stay under the speed limit you designate in the app; They also assist with driving habits to improve hard braking and smoother accelerating, Coach your teen driver to be a smarter safer driver; Make the first 6 months of unsupervised driving safer, less stressful and more relaxed for bot the parents and teens using the License+ app, Avoid extra trips to the pump; Subtle adjustments to a commute can make a big impact on our mileage; See the cost and MPG for every trip to find more efficient routes; Tag certain trips for business in the web dashboard for easier expense tracking

The Automatic adapter plugs into just about any car to unlock the data hidden in your car’s onboard computer. The free mobile app (for iPhone and Android phones) pairs with the adapter via Bluetooth to diagnose engine problems, display trip logs and mileage, and even call for help in a crash.