Google says it will start selling free advertising stickers for cars
Google has revealed it will be selling stickers free for customers to use on their cars.
The company has been working with automotive manufacturers to create stickers that will automatically appear when a car is in motion.
Google says it has received “over 200,000 stickers” and the stickers will be “sold at a special rate” in the US, Australia and New Zealand.
Google has said the stickers could be used to “promote” a new product or service, to “teach new skills” or to “help people get started”.
It has also said it is looking to create other ways for car manufacturers to offer free stickers.
“We’re committed to helping make car ownership more accessible to more people, including by enabling people to make use of free advertising in their vehicles, and we’re also looking to extend that reach to other platforms, like Google Maps,” the search giant said in a blog post.
The car-related company also said that it would be “testing” the stickers on other cars.
Google did not specify the price or availability of the stickers.