i saw a commercial for it. cheer or jeer? i mean we all have used the OBDII but supposidly this gives you the price of what service SHOULD be. just thought id get everybody'* imput. even though i know computer/sensor readers for cars go upwards of $400-$500 but this was only a few payments of $30. is this considered one of those "you get what you pay for" type of things?
You can get some nice ones for under $100. For $400 or more your looking at live data recorders. If your just looking for basic OBD2 codes, even a $60 reader will work. If you want more enhanced codes like ABS and chaise codes, then your going to pay far more.