The company also has its own take on connectivity with its Car-Net system that can be accessed in three ways: through a live agent via a button on the overhead console (think GM’s OnStar), a web portal, or a smartphone app.
Car-Net offers four categories of service: 1. Safety (automatic crash notification, manual emergency calls, roadside assistance, and stolen vehicle location); 2. Remote Access (unlock doors, honk and flash to locate vehicle, last parked location, add a destination to Nav system, vehicle status check); 3. Family (send notifications if pre-set speeds or boundaries are exceeded); 4. Maintenance (dealer service scheduling, location, and vehicle health update).
Today is European motorcycle day at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline. On Sept. 15, Mercedes of all ages take over the lawn. …Also today, the Ty-Rods have their 41st Old Timers Reunion at Lancaster Fairgrounds on Rte. 17 in Lancaster. …Also Sept. 15, the Rye, NH, Lions hold their 30th annual car show and cruise from 8-11 a.m. at Parsons Field. On the South Shore, the Emeritus Senior community in Plymouth hosts its first show from 12:30-3:30 p.m. at the center on Rte. 3A.