Amazon launches deliveries to parked cars

Amazon on Tuesday started offering deliveries to customers’ parked cars. The new service, coming to 37 cities, is free to Prime members but only available to people with vehicles equipped with the proper technology. Amazon couriers can use smartphones to unlock the customer’s car, then leave the package in the trunk or on the back seat, and lock the vehicle again before moving on to the next delivery. The service targets people who want to avoid the risk that someone will steal a package left on their front porch, or who want their items delivered to a workplace but their employer can’t or won’t allow it. To use the service, customers must have a 2015 or later Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac with active OnStar roadside assistance accounts, or a Volvo with the similar On Call service.

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