Hyundai Introduces in-car Payment Services


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Hyundai has introduced in-car Payment Services for US drivers to find and pay for things using securely stored credit card information with their vehicle’s touchscreen.

The company has partnered with Parkopedia to introduce Hyundai Pay’s first service. It will help drivers locate and pay for parking at 6,000 locations.

With the help of Hyundai Pay’s scalable e-commerce platform, the company can uplift customer convenience by extending its digital finance reach by making every day paying easier, swifter, and safer through connected, integrated cockpit and secure-transaction technology.

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