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199. IdeaSpark*: Cellphone Car Starter March 7, 2007

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in IdeaSpark*, Product, Service.
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After work today, I thought of this IdeaSpark* as I entered my freezing cold car. Wouldn’t it be great if you could speed dial a number on your cell phone to start your car from a remote location? Get your parked car to cool down, or warm up (depending on the weather), before you head to it.

There are remote car starters that already exist (like here), but the range is limited, and can they transmit through buildings and parking garages? Also, this device will call you back in 10 minutes to remind you that your car is still on, just in case you forgot.

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1. Anonymous - March 7, 2007

i couldn’t come up with any solution but to move to California…twice.

2. SparkBugg - March 7, 2007

Yes, but wouldn’t it be nice to cool down your car on hot days via air conditioning? Tell me there are some hot days, even in beautiful So CA, or else I will have to move there, too.
-SparkBugg

3. Shelley Wright - March 9, 2007

Hi, your blog looks really good and gives great information! Anyway, nice job. Keep it up please!!! My best wishes to you all!

4. Katie Konrath - July 13, 2007

Oh, that would be wonderful in the cold MN winters! I used to have a remote car starter and it made my life much better in the winter mornings. This would be fantastic.

5. SparkBugg - July 16, 2007

Shelly and Katie, thanks for your comments (even if you are spam, Shelly). Katie I know is real, thanks to her great website http://www.getfreshminds.com.

-SparkBugg


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