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Keep tabs on your vehicle – even when you’re not in it. Set a speed threshold on the MyNISSAN App or MyNISSAN Owner Portal and you'll receive an alert if your vehicle exceeds it. []
On the MyNISSAN App or MyNISSAN Owner Portal, select whether you want to be notified by email, text, push notification or in-vehicle message when the speed parameters you’ve set are exceeded.[]
You can also set your preferences to display a speed alert in the vehicle itself, reminding your secondary driver to slow down.[]
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Make the most of our NissanConnect features and optimize your driving experience by checking out the FAQs on our NissanConnect Support page. Here are some of the most common customer questions.
How do I get Started Using NissanConnect Services?
If you purchased your vehicle new, you may have a trial available, but you will need to enroll to take advantage of the trial. It’s never been easier to get started, just choose an option and follow the steps below.
Ask your dealer to enroll you at your time of purchase OR
Rather enroll on your own time? You can also find us on the app store.
1. Download the MyNISSAN App.
2. Login/Register for a MyNISSAN Owner Portal Account.
What is a Speed Alert?
Stay informed on how fast your Nissan is driven even when you're not behind the wheel. Set a speed threshold on the MyNISSAN App or MyNISSAN Owner Portal and you'll recieve an alert if your vehicle exceeds your established threshold. If the maximum speed is breached, an alert is sent via your preferred notification method; email, text message and/or push. You can also set your preferences to display a pop-up notification in the vehicle itself to remind your secondary driver when they have exceeded the established speed threshold. The Speed Alert setting is created by you and does not take into account established speed limits.