“Amazon Key” in-car delivery provides over 7-million GM customers a convenient and secure way to receive packages at work or home at no additional cost! Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – April 24, 2018 GM is now offering more than seven million owners of the Corporate giant’s Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles in the U.S. the ability to have Amazon packages dropped off inside their vehicle using Amazon Key. In-Car Delivery comes at no extra cost for Amazon Prime members with an active OnStar account and is available in 37 U.S. cities and surrounding areas, with more to come. The Amazon Key In-Car Delivery allows packages to be delivered to a vehicle when it’s parked in a publicly accessible area. Delivery is available on tens of millions of items sold on Amazon.com and works with Same Day, Two-Day and Standard Shipping. To start, customers must download the Amazon Key App and opt in to seamlessly link their Amazon and OnStar accounts. Once the first step is complete and the delivery location has been registered, customers can shop on Amazon and select “In-Car” delivery option at checkout. Additional eligible delivery addresses can be added to the Amazon address book at any time. Customers receive a notification via the Amazon Key App when the delivery is on its way and after the delivery is completed and the vehicle is relocked. Deliveries are made to a stationary car parked in a publicly accessible area. Amazon Key In-Car Delivery requires a 2015 model year or newer Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicle. Visit onstar.com for coverage map, details and system limitations. To check eligibility and sign up for Amazon Key In-Car Delivery, visit Amazon Key in Car. I am a big fan of this GM/Amazon delivery solution vs. having your package dropped off on the porch or in the door. It is more secure and if you are worried about your vehicles contents being secure, you should be concerned with your packages delivery partner and the package sitting out in the open as well. All in, what a cool use of technology to improve the package delivery experience which we all go through at some time. Some more than others.