In today’s car, there is a plug that mechanics use to diagnose problems with your car. You could always plug something in to get information. Mavizon Tech about their new Mavia dongle.
Mavia connects to the car diagnostic port (the ODB-II port). It can read the diagnostics, ask your friends on social networks if they know an answer, and also find a mechanic to find the solution.
Mavia is also a GPS receiver to provide location and technical information. The data is sent back to www.mymavia.com. You can then log in to view.
Mavia is in a beta test, so no pricing yet (expected $200 MSRP). The device will be available from retail outlets later in the year.
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