(Recasts first sentence, adds GM comments, details on OnStar service, changes dateline from NEW YORK) DETROIT, Sept 21 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will double to 3 million the number of vehicles equipped with its OnStar safety and communications system by 2006, due to growing demand for security features, the world's largest automaker said on Tuesday. The factory-installed service, which connects drivers with a 24-hour help center, is available on about 50 of GM's more than 60 ...
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