Helping OEMs stay connected to their customers

Knox, Jon
July 2015
Automotive Industries;Jul2015, Vol. 194 Issue 2, p20
Trade Publication
The article discusses ways Verizon Telematics is helping original equipment manufacturers (OEM) remain connected to their customers. Topics covered include the qualities of a successful telematics program, the company's role in helping launch the first road usage charge (RUC) system in the U.S., and the remote vehicle emissions program being launched by Verizon in Oregon.


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