SEATTLE, WA (WCMH) — Amazon has announced it will now start offering deliveries to a person’s locked vehicle.
According to Amazon, Prime members are now eligible to take part in the new Key-In Car delivery service.
The service allows a person to have packages delivered to their car while it’s parked in a publicly accessible area, like a home’s driveway or workplace.
The free service is similar to the free keyless in-home delivery, where the delivery person access the recipient’s home while they are away to drop off packages.
With the In-Car service, the delivery person is given permission to unlock the recipient’s vehicle, to deliver the packages.
To take part in the delivery, customers need to download the Amazon Key App, link their Amazon account, and have a compatible 2015 or newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC or Cadillac vehicle with an active OnStar account, and customers with a 2015 or newer Volvo vehicle with an active Volvo On Call account.
The service has been launched in 32 cities, but Columbus isn’t one of them. To check your eligibility click here: Amazon In-Car Delivery
Amazon says it uses multiple layers of verification in order to ensure the safety of its customers for both its in-home and in-car deliveries.