OnStar Isn't the Only Way to Get Two-Way Telematics for Safety and Convenience
Have you heard those OnStar radio ads of real-life conversations between subscribers and the General Motors division's call
|While the most popular, GM's OnStar system is not the only two-way vehicle communication device on the market. (Photo: General Motors of Canada)|
While GM licenses OnStar to other automakers, it's not available in all cars currently being sold in Canada, and a few years back was hardly available in any. Toyota, Nissan and Honda offer proprietary telematics systems in
|NowAuto, Inc., sells a similar system to OnStar and other OEM telematics systems in Canada, which can be installed in any type of car, truck or sport utility vehicle. (Photo: NowAuto, Inc.)|
So what to do if you want to take advantage of a system that could in fact save your life or the life of someone you love, but the prospect of a new car is out of the question? NowAuto, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiary Navicom, sells a similar system to OnStar and other OEM telematics systems in Canada, via their Canadian distributor Automotive Security Plus (www.automotivesecurityplus.com), which can have it installed in any type of car, truck or sport utility vehicle.