Against my better judgement, I installed the devices in all three of my vehicles as the agent suggested.
The one car is driven everyday but the other two are used occasionally. The Honda Oddessy has not moved in monthes due to transmission issue.
The devices must draw a fair amount of battery power
because both the cars won't start,the battery in Honda won't take a charge and is now ruined. The Kia battery has been drained so far down that it is barely taking a charge and don't know if it's totally ruined.
No where in the literature about the devices did I read about how this situation might happen. Just the standard line about how Nationwide is not liable for any damages.
Nationwide insists that you use these stupid devices and they will cost me more money than I'll ever save in "their discounts for Smart Driving"
I want to be compensated for 2 batteries that were
ruined; Nationwide promotes and almost requires a customer to use them. The company should be held accountable.
Product or Service Mentioned: Nationwide Mutual Insurance Auto Claim.
Reason of review: smart ride device caused ruined car batteries.
Monetary Loss: $180.
Preferred solution: Full refund.
I liked: Insurance agent is very nice.