People who don’t take their car out very often will save money, as MetroMile’s insurance prices on a per mile basis.
Improved Bluetooth will let you sync wearable electronics with your car’s gadgetry.
Guest Post Most of the connected-car news over the past couple weeks has focused on Google’s buy-up of social driving app Waze, but here are a few other innovations worth keeping an eye on.
Joyride is building a voice-activated mobile applications that turns the millions of hours Americans spend driving into a safe, entertaining experience.
Splitsecnd’s hardware plugs into car cigarette lighters, making automatic emergency response systems accessible to drivers without smartphones or luxury cars.