A new DIY car installation tool is being touted as a way to get more out of your old car and avoid buying another.
The DIYCar is a $50 tool that connects to the vehicle’s internet service to download the car’s software, software updates, and driver training packages.
The service also downloads the car owner’s data and vehicle-specific software, such as a GPS app, to make sure everything is installed properly.
The company promises the tools can be used to install cars in just about any location.
The “Door to Door” service, for example, can be installed in a parking garage, a rental car, or even a friend’s house.
If your car doesn’t have a GPS, it can also be installed by plugging the vehicle into a router, the company’s website says.
While there’s no word on pricing yet, the service’s launch on Thursday will be a quick one.
The idea behind the service is that the internet will be the one to take care of all the paperwork for the car, including insurance, title, and title agent paperwork.
The internet will also keep track of every change to the car (e.g. an upgrade or a car-wide update) and will send updates to the owners, allowing them to make a plan to get the car serviced.
The car can also receive its software updates and driver assistance features as soon as the installation is complete, a feature called Automatic Updates.
The free service is available for vehicles manufactured between January 2019 and February 2020.
In the meantime, it’s a neat way to add a little more life to a car that’s gone.
The site is also selling a $25 car-specific service package, which will include a new steering wheel, lights, and other car features.
This package includes an audio system, a new roof, air conditioning, and a new driver-assistance system, as well as a $40 service package that includes a new radio, steering wheel controls, and more.
The system, which can be ordered for $40 on the site, includes a Bluetooth system, six speakers, and an automatic remote control.
The app will be free to download for a few days, though the site warns that “the app will automatically install all of these features upon completion of the installation.”
The car’s internet connection is also free, and the site says it will automatically set up a backup of your car’s data.
While the site has no specific plans for a mass-market version, it promises the service will work for “just about any car that has an internet connection.”
The idea for the service came from a couple of friends who had purchased a new vehicle and were looking for ways to get it serviced and fixed.
They wanted to give their car a bit of love, but also keep it simple.
They started with the car on the street, but eventually decided to buy the car online.
“We’ve always wanted to get out into the real world, so it was really interesting to see what could be done with our car,” says James and Kate, who want to remain anonymous.
The couple said they had no expectations about the car installing services, and they weren’t particularly excited about spending money on a DIY service.
The cost of the service could have been higher if they’d been willing to buy a new truck.
“You’re essentially taking a vehicle, getting it servished, and then you have to pay for it to be installed,” says Kate.
They’re also not looking to use the service for an extended period.
“It’s just something that we could have done online, but that’s not really our thing,” says the couple.
“I think it’s really a good service for anyone that’s looking to get their vehicle fixed or put it on the road, but we want to give the car a little bit of life.”
The new service isn’t the first car-related DIY service to be launched by DIY Car.
Earlier this year, the website launched a car service package called Automate that included a new stereo system, new doors, and new interior materials.
The automaker said it plans to launch the service later this year.