GM Helps Drivers Stay Connected Safely
As smartphones and tablets become more and more a part of our lives, people are feeling the need to stay connected 24/7 – even when they are driving, which can be dangerous. That's why automakers are scrambling to develop infotainment systems to help drivers stay engaged without the distraction of holding a device.
If you haven't bought a car in a few years, you'll be surprised at how many new models already offer connection-ready infotainment systems. In fact, all Chevrolet models will offer MyLink by the year 2015.
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