OnStar has typically been used as a safety net, helping out in emergencies by calling 911 or helping to track stolen cars. But now the safety suite is offering driving tips and potentially lower insurance rates. Continue Reading...
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Technology and personal information make for dangerous bedfellows and it’s something drivers will need to worry about very soon. Continue Reading...
Parents tend to worry about their teens when they start driving on their own, but thankfully there are ways to help mom and dad keep an eye on their kids and ensure they’re driving safely and responsibly. Continue Reading...
GM’s OnStar service is meant to help subscribers in all sorts of predicaments, but the company goes above and beyond in emergency situations. Continue Reading...
General Motors just announced a partnership with AT&T to provide its customers 4G LTE mobile internet access in most 2015 vehicles sold in North America. Continue Reading...
General Motors has announced that it will be expanding its OnStar service to vehicles sold in Mexico starting next year. Continue Reading...
Everyone had to know this was coming the second General Motors announced the For My Vehicle (FMV) OnStar system, an aftermarket setup that can be implemented on any vehicle. The second OnStar’s FMV would help recover a Chrysler, there would be news about it – and here it is. Last weekend, on December 18th, Jean… Continue Reading...
GM’s MyLink, available starting with the 2012 Chevrolet Volt and Equinox, will offer smartphone charging, Pandora radio streaming, GraceNote music identification, Bluetooth, XM satellite radio, voice activation, OnStar, and USB inputs, in case listening to drive-time radio is too crushing for commuters. The MyLink comes hot on the heels of Ford’s SYNC as an inevitable… Continue Reading...
GM and Google are reportedly working on a deal that would see the integration of Google’s Android mobile phone operating system and GM’s Onstar telematics system. Potentially scenarios being discussed involve Android phone users being able to use OnStar features outside of their car, while GM vehicle owners can use Android to keep track of… Continue Reading...