GPS Top Choice in Upgrades for Auto Buyers According to February 2013 Study
Mashable study reveals auto buyers consider GPS their top add-on when choosing upgrades. Car Finder Service compiles GPS and other such technology trends.
(PRWEB) March 21, 2013
The study, released by Mashable, surveyed 500 people and was conducted by Lab42 in February 2013. GPS was revealed as the top add-on. 46% viewed it as necessary.
According to Car Finder Service, an auto research site for consumers, GPS is not only essential as a daily driving tool, but can also help in a stolen car's recovery. Built in to the car's security system, it can notify the owner through email or phone once the alarm of the car is activated, and will point to the car's location.
GPS is the primary choice for auto buyers upgrading their vehicles, and Car Finder Service offers access to several of these GPS options. In addition to researching GPS-equipped autos, Car Finder Service also provides information on financing, buying, maintenance, insurance and safety of cars.
Finally, the technology page at Car Finder Service provides drivers with up-to-date information on the latest developments in GPS and other technology.
Technology in auto design is quickly becoming the competitive edge for auto makers, as car manufacturers turn their concentration from fundamental transportation to features that make consumers' lives more comfortable, safer, and easy.
For more information about GPS and other technologies, visit http://carfinderservice.com.
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