Boundaries allow for alerts to be pushed when the vehicle enters or exits a geofence. It could keep a watchful eye on your vehicle when it’s in the hands of another. Or maybe alert others when you’re heading home from work so you can focus on driving, not texting.
Speed alerts help keep the lead foots of the family in check as they drive your vehicle. There are two kinds: Relative and Fixed. Relative alerts are dynamic. They depend on the current road’s posted speed and push an alert accordingly. If your alert is set to 10 mph and the posted speed is 40 mph, then you’ll get an alert if Johnny Teenager goes 50+ mph.
Fixed alerts set a specified maximum speed at which the alert is sent. If the alert is set to 80 mph, it doesn’t matter what the posted speed is, as long as the vehicle stays under 80, the alert won’t be triggered. Fixed alerts could be used as Johnny proves responsibility and gains more experience driving. You may trust him to follow the speed limits, but want to make sure he’s not taking your vehicle to the local race track.