Amazon starts delivery to car trunks

American company Amazon has launched the delivery of parcels not to the porch of the house or to the mail box, but directly into the trunk of the client's car. The delivery scheme to the trunk of the car is the same as the delivery to the house in the absence of the owners. It's enough for customers to install a compatible digital lock and a cloud camera to record a clip about delivery. This service is working in the 37 largest cities of the USA. The new system is supported only by Volvo and General Motors cars not older than 2015 of release. In the coming months, Amazon promises to expand the geography of providing these services and connect cars from other manufacturers.

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