I'm frustrated that this is my very first post.
I am a brand new member and have been reading a bit about hmaservice.com and am anxious to access it.
I went through the sign-up process with no problems. At the end, it took me to the log-in page to log in for the first time.
Starting 20 December 2013, the www.hmaservice.com (aka www.hyundaitechinfo.com) will no longer be free and is moving to a paid subscription based service.
Accessing the website now will show a little pop-up window stating the same.
Get your free info while you can!
I tried to sign up at Hmaservice.com so I could look at the TSB's. It asked for a username, for my name and for an email address. It also required that I agree to the Terms and Conditions, which I did. It did not, however, ask for a password. Then when I tried to sign in, a password is required...
Is it just me, or is that website completely useless on any modern browser??
I have tried it in chrome...doesn't work. Tried it in firefox...doesn't work. It wants IE or Netscape or some shit like that.
What a crock.
[EDIT] There's no need for stereotypical insults on these boards.
I was browsing the hma service web site:
I noticed on the left hand menu there is an entry for "Telematics Information". I have never seen this one before, so maybe it is new. Anyway, I click the link and enter the VIN for my car. I get detailed specs for the car, such as...