Zubie! It’s the New Year, Try Out Some New Gear!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zubie. All opinions are 100% mine.

The Zubie is one of my new favorite products, and I have been telling all my friends about it. If you’re a parent of a teenager this is a great product too. I know you’re asking what a Zubie is,and if you didn’t see my last blog post on it HERE, then I know you’re curious. The Zubie service allows you to track and improve driving behavior and also provides you real- time information on the heath of your cars systems and condition all with the easy-to-install Zubie Key and mobile app! I received the Zubie Key to install in my vehicle, which was super easy to do, it’s also out of the way under my steering wheel to where it doesn’t interfere with everyday life.

It’s so simple, and it doesn’t take that long to install and activate the Zubie Key. You just download the app in your smartphone from Google Play or iTunes, and follow the instructions to add your Zubie Key. You will enter the serial number, as well as your activation code. Your smartphone will then tell you to drive for a little bit to activate the Zubie Key. It only took about 10-15 miles of driving before an alert was sent to my phone telling me I was all set up.

Now with the Zubie, you can track all kinds of things on your vehicle such as battery life, diagnostic/engine problems, driving scores based on speed and braking habits, and much more. Your family or friends can even connect and find out where you are too, if you want them to of course, you don’t have to have that feature of it turned on. This would be great for parents of teenagers though, as you can keep track of where they are as well as how they are driving yours or his/her vehicle. It’s definitely a product I recommend and I was highly satisfied with the easy install and easy use of the app.

As you can see on my vehicle it shows no engine problems, but I do drive a brand new 2013 Ford Explorer, so I wouldn’t expect any. If you drive an older vehicle though, it would be able to tell you any issues you have going on with your vehicle along with a price range of what it may cost to fix them.

I definitely recommend checking out Zubie. Have a Zubie New Year! order today with code SAVE20JANand SAVE 20% on one year of Zubie always-connected car service and a free Zubie Key. A great way to use your Best Buy and Amazon holiday gift cards!. Offer good through February 28, 2013. Shipping charges may apply. At regular price you can get a full year for only $99.95. Make sure you check out Zubie on Facebook as well as on Twitter.

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  1. Thanks for sharing girl! I recently had the chance to try one of these and they are jsut too cool, it makes me feel safer with my daughter who will be hitting the road soon OMG, that is so scary!

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