Thursday, November 20, 2014

Picking Your Car’s Computerized Brain - NYTimes.com

tbd how long it'll be until your insurance company offers you a discount to install this type of device

"You also get a driver score for good behavior, like avoiding speeding, rapid acceleration and hard braking. That sounds like a buzz kill for those who like to drive for sport, but it’s helpful if there’s a teenager in the house or if you’ve had a lot of speeding tickets. And both Mojio and Automatic would come in handy if you had a mechanical problem and needed a quick diagnosis.

Automatic also offers some free features that make it attractive to parents. One called License Plus coaches people through hours of driving practice to improve their overall skills and responses. Parents can also track their children’s driving habits through a web-based version of the Automatic software."
Picking Your Car’s Computerized Brain - NYTimes.com
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