NEW ORLEANS, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Placing its bet on the idea that safety sells, General Motors Corp. said on Sunday that it will soon offer its OnStar satellite-based communications system and electronic stability control on all GM vehicles sold in the United States and Canada. The world's largest automaker announced the offering of what it called "two proven life-saving safety technologies" on the sidelines of the annual convention of the National Automobile Dealers Association, which got ...
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