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* 1. With much discussion surrounding how lucrative Connected Vehicle Payments will be to the automotive industry, how long do you believe it will take before it becomes the widely adopted billion-dollar industry that studies have suggested?

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* 2. OEMs have not settled on one approach to CVP, which model do you believe will prevail?

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* 3. Rank in order what consumers will consider to be the biggest benefit to connected vehicle payments: (1 being highest & 6 being lowest)

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Time saving and convenience
Making available retail and merchant brands drivers want
One stop shop solution for a multitude of needs
Simplified expense tracking for fleet
Increased driver safety using voice control
Ease of integration into the driver’s routine

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* 4. When implementing CVP, should automakers:

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* 5. Rank in order (most profitable to least profitable) vertical market in this space

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Energy (eg. Gas, EV charging)
Retail (eg. Food & beverage, entertainment)
Content (Music, maps, information)
Vehicle Personalization, Software Features, OTA
Infrastructure (e.g. Parking, tolls etc)
Insurance
Maintenance & Repair

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* 6. In your opinion which OEM if any, is leading the way with regards Connected Vehicle Payments?

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* 7. In your opinion what is the most sensible solution to potential data & security issues?

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* 8. What is the biggest barrier to CVP adoption?

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* 9. How important will digital identity be for widespread Connected Vehicle Payments use?

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* 10. Which user identification or authentication technology would be most helpful for implementation of payments in the vehicle?

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* 11. Will security fears prevent customers opting to put their financial details into their car dash?

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