AAA will launch challenge to GM's OnStar

Robinson, Aaron
April 2000
Automotive News;4/10/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5869, p8
Trade Publication
Announces that the American Automobile Association (AAA) will offer its own wireless driver aid service in direct challenge to General Motors' OnStar business. Services that will be offered by the AAA Response Services Center LLC; Testing of the service in early 2001; First attempt by a nonautomaker to offer personal telematic services independently in the United States.


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