Chevrolet Silverado customers happen to be the most connected vehicle owners on the road, which makes OnStar RemoteLink app one of the most popular among drivers. Furthermore, Chevy owners can check tire pressure, oil levels and remotely start their vehicles. Future is here!

In the future, Silverado owners will also have the opportunity to use the special Proactive Alerts, which will predict and warn drivers, when certain vehicle components need a special attention. The idea is to warn the driver, before the part is completely destroyed or before the vehicle's performance is affected.

And when it comes to OnStar 4G LTE connectivity system, almost all Silverado drivers agree to use a three-month or three-gigabyte trial of 4G LTE data. Interesting fact is, that after the trial, majority of customers use the one gigabyte data per month option.

Customers will also have the opportunity to stay informed of what is happening in the truck of the vehicle, thanks to the partnership with Telogis. The company is working on a project with OnStar technologies, that allows customers to know when and how will they have to refuel, destination track, speed information and many more.

It is good to hear such news from the automobile business. It means, that technology is evolving and gives opportunity for more comfortable, pleasurable and safe drive. Hopefully in future there will be numerous more similar products, that will ensure pleasure and safety on the road.

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Source: Chevrolet