This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zubie. All opinions are 100% mine.
Technology has come such a very long way and now it’s coming to your vehicles in a whole new way. Zubie is a new app perfect for families, car lovers and techies. It offers you a simple way to track many of the things you often need to know about your vehicles and locations all at the same time.
With Zubie you can:
- Track and improve your driving
- Compete with friends for the best driving score
- Monitor teen drivers
- Track locations and receive alerts when family members arrive at certain locations such as home, work, and school
- Receive alerts about car problems such as a dying battery or the check engine light with real diagnostics to help you solve the problem
- Plan and coorinate carpools, trips, and meet-ups
So how does it work? Zubie combines a smart device key that plugs right into the standard port available on most vehicles with a model year 1996 or later. Then, you connect your car to a free app that is available for iPhone and Android devices. Here’s a quick video that can show you how it works:
I am always worried about my car. If it makes even the slightest noise or feels a bit funny I start to worry that something is broken. I’m really looking forward to Zubie’s maintenance alerts and warnings that should help ease my worries about my car. As a one car family, I also really appreciate that I can keep an eye on our vehicle’s location without having to text my husband to see if he’s on his way home. I have a Zubie key on the way to review and will be sharing my experience soon, I’m excited to try out Zubie! I already have the app installed which lets me share my location with select friends to make coordinating schedules easy.
You can order your own Zubie today! Just use code SAVE20DEC and SAVE 20% on your Zubie Key plus one year of service! Offer good through January 31, 2014. Shipping charges apply.
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