The Nonda Vehicle Health Monitor Lite is designed to be easily installed – just plug it into your car’s OBD II port and you’re ready to go. It keeps tabs on your engine health with real-time alerts, uses a predictive algorithm analyzes historical engine data for potential issues, decodes engine error codes, allows you to located your parked car, and automatically logs your miles.
Nonda is offering their 1-Year Connected Roadside Assistance for $39.99 (regularly $79.99) for a limited time. I’ve used the Nonda connected device and it works great but their roadside service is new and unproven. It is being serviced by Nation Motor Club, which has mixed reviews.
Nonda uses a connected car device that allows you to monitor your engine and other core systems in real-time and get immediate notifications if something is wrong. They use a proprietary AI algorithm that can predict an issue before it occurs and will help you avoid any unplanned vehicle problems. The Nonda system can detect when you are in a severe accident and it can launch an emergency protocol automatically. The 24-Hour Roadside Assistance services are provided by Nation Motor Club. It states they allow for unlimited calls of service (compared to 3 o 4 offered from competing services like AAA). They also fuel delivery, lockout service, jump-starting, flat tire help, and 25 miles of free towing per call (up to 3,000/year).