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  1. My truck has not been driven for four days and it's still parked at the very same spot. Just now, I tried the MyChevrolet app on my phone and I updated the Vehicle Information screen. The psi of the tires were 38, 37, 34, 35. Updated it... it shows 34, 35, 36, 38. Updated it a second later, it shows 36, 36, 35, 35 So in that one second I updated it, the numbers are different. It's not even windy outside and nobody is setting my truck on fire. Why is there a fluctuating discrepancy? I thought the second update could have been because it was checked a while ago, but when I clicked again, it changed. It's like playing the slot machine.
  2. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 2-20-2019 A new feature available through the myChevrolet Mobile App allows owners of Chevy vehicles to track the exact location of their vehicle in real time. In addition to just seeing where on a map the vehicle is, owners of the Chevy vehicle can also set up a "geo-fence." and alerts if the vehicle leaves that area. Think of it as a radius of coverage the vehicle can drive around in, but if it leaves that area you will get a text message. One other feature lets the owner of the vehicle set up alerts when the vehicle moves. For example, so you could text a spouse when you leave work, without actually having to tap out a text. The onboard GPS tracker and mobile phone in every 2012 model year and newer Chevy vehicle is the device sending these alerts and notifications, not a personal cell phone that resides with the occupant. In other words, you don't need to alert a child, spouse or friend that you are tracking your Chevy that they are driving. Just think of the handy ways that might come in useful...Or scary. Take a close look at exactly what is shown on the screen the woman in our top of page image is holding.
  3. Readers of this site may remember that we attended a seminar by OnStar earlier this year. John McFarland, Director, Connected Customer Experience OnStar Division laid out for the GM-Trucks team how the group would dramatically expand the proactive alerts GM vehicles will send to drivers. Connected vehicles are here now and GM is a leader in this regard, perhaps number two to Tesla in the industry. Do you use an App now to connect with your vehicle? If so, tell us what you most commonly do.
  4. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 12/18/2015 Do you use one of GM's Apps to connect with your truck? If so, you should know that at the upcoming 2016 Consumer Electronics Show GM will announce a new App that will merge myChevrolet and OnStar RemoteLink. The idea is that the new app will be more customizable by users. GM says the new system will offer "mobile access to roadside assistance, parking reminders, owner’s manual content, vehicle diagnostics, Wi-Fi® hotspot management and key fob commands such as remote start and door unlock." Paul Edwards, vice president, Chevrolet marketing expanded on that, saying, “The myChevrolet app will be the most comprehensive vehicle app available – and will support the ownership experience over the life of the vehicle. By integrating OnStar RemoteLink features into the myChevrolet app, we’re creating a one-stop-app for owners to manage their vehicle with one user profile and unified log-in.” Readers of this site may remember that we attended a seminar by OnStar earlier this year. John McFarland, Director, Connected Customer Experience OnStar Division laid out for the GM-Trucks team how the group would dramatically expand the proactive alerts GM vehicles will send to drivers. Connected vehicles are here now and GM is a leader in this regard, perhaps number two to Tesla in the industry. Do you use an App now to connect with your vehicle? If so, tell us what you most commonly do.
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