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The transmitter uses Bluetooth to connect to an iPhone, and multiple drivers (with iPhones) can use the transmitter.

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Simple setup

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Good alerts

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GPS parking spots

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Improves driving

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Expensive

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No Android support

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The Automatic Link is marketed as a smart driving assistant. It entails a single electronic component that must be installed in a vehicle, as well as an iOS app that then receives data from the transmitter. One of the main goals behind this device is to encourage drivers to be more efficient while driving, and to minimize wear on their car. Users can see fuel costs and the effect that driving habits have at a glance, and can view data over time with the app. The behaviours it is intended to curb include speeding, excessive rapid braking, or rapid acceleration. Each week drivers can expect a score related to whether their driving habits are improving. Certain other features may help improve user safety, such as automatic 911 dialing in the event of a car accident. The transmitter uses Bluetooth to connect to an iPhone, and multiple drivers (with iPhones) can use the transmitter.

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Features

  • Helps improve driving habits and save on fuel
  • Simple one-time setup
  • Displays trip information as timelines
  • Provides data about problems if engine light comes on
  • Emergency assistance 911 dialing
  • Multiple user support
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is there a charge for the service in case of accident someone calls?

    No, that is included with the device without charge.

  • Does this device require any subscription to anything like cloud services or gps?

    No. It uses your phone's GPS and data.

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