Reporter: Those days of hunting through piles of coupons to find the perfect deal are over. It's moving into the age of the connected cars. Reporter: A new app can help your car find deals as you... See More
Reporter: Those days of hunting through piles of coupons to find the perfect deal are over. It's moving into the age of the connected cars. Reporter: A new app can help your car find deals as you drive. Say a cod. All voice commands. While you're driving around, you don't have to take your eyes off the road. Reporter: Roximity cooperated with valpak. Those become real-time deals in the car. It's a virtual wallet. The coupons are everywhere. Reporter: How does it work? Welcome to roximity. Reporter: You start by launching the cap that's on your smartphone to your car. Say a command. Reporter: Lunch. Ten deals nearby. Reporter: It's so new, only some ford and lincoln drivers can access the app. Reporter: It's sci-fi. It's here. Reporter: Will this app help me find deals and save the money? Ford let me borrow a mustang to put roximity to the test. But not on an empty stomach. Look. Fat burger right here. The valpak offer was to buy one fat deal meal and get a second burger for free. A savings of about $5. Back in the car, I'm searching for a deal at the dry cleaner. Perfect. Dry cleaner, 50% off. When roximity finds a deal, it's synced to your phone. Do we get 50% off? You do. Reporter: My dry cleaning would normally cost $30. Today, half that. A cop-a-tan popped up. Welcome to cop-a-tan. Reporter: This was to buy one spray tan for $40 and get a second session free. I never would have gotten a spray tan. But I kind of liked it. Reporter: There are thousands of other deals. Even free doggy day care. But after a long day of wheeling and dealing, why not end it at the spa? Hi. This has to be the best deal of the day. Buy a fairial, and get a free mani/pedi. I saved a grand total of $95. And did I mention the app is free? This is couponing. For "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. We think that's abbie. We think it is. I was supposed to be home three hours ago. But my car kept giving me sales. Spending money I didn't mean to spend. Wasted $30 on gas. But I saved 32 cents. I don't know. It's a story that creates
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