Not every business is run out of a traditional office. Especially when your business revolves around fleets. Sometimes you need to do a good portion of your work while on the road. And the engineers at Chevy understand. “We know business doesn’t stop when people are out of the office,” said Dan Tigges, product manager, full-size trucks and utility vehicles in Chevy's press release. So that’s why the new 2012 Chevrolet Silverado comes with WiFi powered by Autonet Mobile.
A $399 option installed by your Chevy dealer, Autonet brings high-speed Internet right to the cab of the new Silverado --accessible by multiple users with multiple devices inside the truck, and within a 150-ft radius outside -- turning it into a four-wheeled rolling office. An office you can use anywhere, say at a jobsite to access email, send critical documents back and forth and gather information from local government agency websites. Or use it on the road to support your fleet, where you can print out delivery orders and access parts management systems to get information for repairs and replacements. And just about everything else you need to take care of your business and customers.
Unlike other systems that get “locked out” when the vehicle is shifted into drive, Autonet Mobile works whether you’re parked or driving. So those documents you need at the next customer’s location can download while you’re on the way, or that important email you need to answer before getting to a job site can come through. (Just pull over before you read and reply, please.)
Everything you need for your mobile office is in the package, including the 3G and 2.5G cellular data network router. Autonet Mobile also provides the monthly service, and a number of apps are already available to help make your office on wheels more productive. And give you the convenience of being able to work wherever the job takes you.
Contact your local Chevy dealership for more details on availability and installation.