18 October 2023

REVIEW: Carly OBD Car Scanner

We've been using the Carly OBD Scanner for a while now, and we gotta say, it's become one of our go-to tools for dealing with car troubles. Let us break it down for you.

First off, this thing is super easy to use. The app is user-friendly, and the scanner itself plugs right into our car's OBD port without any hassle. No need to be a tech whiz to figure it out. Just connect, follow the on-screen instructions, and we're good to go.

What really sets Carly apart is its diagnostics. It doesn't just give us those vague error codes like some other scanners do. It actually provides us with clear and detailed information about what's wrong with our car. That means no more guesswork or expensive trips to the mechanic just to find out what's up. It even tells us how severe the issue is and offers potential solutions.

But here's the best part: Carly is not just about finding problems; it's also about customization. We can tweak and tune our car's settings to our heart's content. Want to disable that annoying start-stop function? Done. Want to change our digital speedometer display? Easy. It's like having a car enthusiast's dream tool in our pocket.

And speaking of pockets, the portability of Carly is a huge plus. We can carry it around and use it with multiple vehicles, which is great if we have more than one car in our garage. Plus, the app regularly gets updates, so we know they're actively improving it.

The only downside is that it's not free, and there are subscription fees for some of the more advanced features. But if we're serious about taking control of our car's maintenance and performance, it's totally worth the investment.

To sum it up, Carly OBD Scanner is a game-changer for car owners who want to know what's happening under the hood and make their ride truly their own. It's user-friendly, informative, and customizable, making it a must-have for anyone who loves their car. Give it a shot, and you'll never want to go back to the old, clueless days of car trouble.

Depends on model of car, but expect to pay around £70

Visit mycarly.com/

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