- Amazon can now unlock and deliver packages to the following cars: Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, and Volvo.
- The vehicles must be a 2015 model-year or newer and have an active connected service plan, such as On Call or OnStar.
- To find out if your car qualifies for the service, enter your vehicle’s information on Amazon’s website.
Amazon can now deliver packages directly inside customers’ parked cars.
The new service is available starting Tuesday to all Prime members through Amazon’s Key app, but it only works with certain types of cars.
To access the service, shoppers must have a 2015 model-year or newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, or Volvo.
Shoppers must also have a connected service plan, such as On Call or OnStar, that allows for remote access to cars’ controls. That’s how Amazon delivery drivers will be able to unlock the cars to leave packages inside without the owner of the car present.
To find out if your car qualifies for the service, enter your vehicle’s information on Amazon’s website.
The service is currently available in 37 cities across the US. The company said it plans to eventually roll out the service to more cities and car models.
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