You can check your car's health from your phone and detect issues before you hit the road. Have any questions? Connect to a certified mechanic for unbiased advice so you can be proactive about car issues and even save money.See all features
Get the peace of mind of knowing you're never really alone on the go. If Hum detects a crash, it can automatically notify emergency services and send help your way, even if you can't make the call.See all features
With so much that can go wrong on the road, know you can prepare for the unpredictable and get 24/7 roadside assistance sent to your exact location, even if you're unsure of where you are.See all features
See where your cars are now and where they’re going. Whether parked or on-the-move, you’re able to view the location of all your Hum-equipped vehicles in near real time.See all features
Hum+ is the connected car system that assists and empowers drivers with more knowledge about their car, a way to get help for car trouble, and so much more .
I had my Hum for 1 week and I started having issues with my vehicle not wanting to start. Checked my auto health and Hum let me know that my battery was bad. Saved me a trip to my mechanic and being stranded. Thanks Hum.Penny M.
Well I'm a truck guy but I use it for the mechanics mostly. I love the way you can track your vehicle from anywhere. I think using if for a child is the best use possible. Hasn't let me down yet.Larry E.
Fraziers Bottom, WV
I have Hum in my daughter's car, I have it set to text me when there is a problem with the car. Last week her alternator was failing and by the time she called me, I was already in route to her location with parts to get her back on the road.Chris P.
You do not need to be a Verizon Wireless customer to use Hum+. Simply purchase the Hum+ equipment from hum.com, a Verizon Wireless retail store, or a participating retailer, and download the Hum App to get started.
When your car is off, the Hum OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) Reader goes into a low power mode.
When factors such as sudden changes in speed or direction are detected by your Hum OBD (On-Board Diagnostics) Reader, the incident registers as a collision, and the Hum emergency response center is notified.