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Mark Peters : March 13th 2013 - 09:20 CET

Apple iPhone Smart Driving Assistant


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AppleDriving Assistant that connects your car to your iPhone : Automatic launched an iPhone app and a tiny piece of intelligent hardware called the Automatic Link that connects your Apple iPhone to your car’s onboard computer when you drive. Automatic is a smart driving assistant that helps you save gas, drive safer and understand what's happening under the hood. The innovative solution also remembers where you parked and can automatically call for help in a crash. The Automatic Link carries a retail price of $69.95 USD and is available for pre-order via the Automatic website. The new iPhone app will be available in May 2013. The Automatic app and service are free.
Apple iPhone Smart Driving Assistant

Apple iPhone Smart Driving Assistant
Cars are the second largest expense in our lives, with the average American family spending more than $8,000 on their car every yeari. Studies have shown that with small adjustment to driving habits, consumers can save up to 35ii percent per year on gas. Automatic makes it possible for consumers to gain valuable insight into how they drive and learn how to make small changes to their driving habits that can have a big impact on fuel efficiency.

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“Smartphones and the internet have transformed our day-to-day lives, but our cars and how we drive them have been left behind. We’re focused on changing that,” said Thejo Kote, chief executive officer and co-founder of Automatic. “We believe that the smartphone can, in effect, upgrade millions of cars on the road today, and offer drivers features only available in high-end cars with expensive service plans.”, Thejo Kote added.




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