Houses aren’t the only things being transformed by smart technology. Changes are also underway in today’s autos—and they’re poised to change the way we think of our cars in a major way.
Connected car technology aims to make driving more fun, more convenient and safer. If you own a car, you’re probably already familiar with connected car technology like voice commands, navigation assistance and notifications that alert you to problems and maintenance issues.
Connected car technology like this and more is only getting more popular. In fact, some experts predict that 90 percent of all new cars will come equipped with connected car technology in 2020.
As a recent article on bankrate.com details, there is a lot to look forward to when it comes to connected car technology. New features include everything from amped up infotainment systems to technology that helps you monitor your teen driver to autonomous driving features.
Read the full story from Erie Insurance: “Connected Car Technology Takes a Leap Forward“