DETROIT – With critics still questioning its long-term future, General Motors Corp.’s OnStar unit will expand its service in 2004 to include a collision notification system that will provide crucial accident data to emergency response teams prior to arriving at the crash scene. In fact, OnStar’s in-vehicle setup, which has been criticized by the Chrysler Group and others favoring systems based on portable devices, plays an important part in the new automatic crash notification system. ...
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