What Hum does is basically give users detailed information about their vehicle’s health and how to get help in case of an emergency. They’re offering this mobile-app supported service for $15 a month, and require users to install a small USB into their vehicles OBD port (every car manufactured after 1996 has an OBD port). Once connected, the tool will diagnose problems with your car and offer to contact roadside assistance, stolen vehicle assistance, along with more features. The hardware is included in the $15/month cost, and Verizon is even offering a 30-day risk free trial.

Your car might not be able to drive over traffic, but it could do some other pretty cool things. Check out the traffic-hopping promo below:

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