Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2000 15:00:33 -0700
From: John Davies <jedaviesNOSPAMnopsamier1.net>
Subject: Re: 2001 9-5 Phone


On Fri, 20 Oct 2000 10:28:09 -0700, karensw44nopsamail.com (Karen) wrote: >In article <7eo0vs47cov9d26f9mjdtd56rvgj9ol0u6nopsamcom>, >jedaviesNOSPAMnopsamier1.net says... >> I agree that the cell phone integration of OnStar seems a bit much, >> but I really like its capability of sending help in the event of an >> accident. I drive remote back roads at higher than legal speeds. It >> would be comforting to know that I would not lie abandoned and unfound >> in some remote ditch if I were to encounter a deer at speed. >> >> I also like its ability to track a stolen vehicle. That should merit a >> reduction in insurance premiums, should it not? >> >> >> John Davies >> Monroe WA USA >> >> > >Well, from a neighbor in Everett, slow down! And that deer story is >pretty well-worn around here. I'd suggest using your time waiting for >OnStar to rescue you to dream up a new one <g>. > >Karen, doing my part to prove it really is a small world Karen, I would NEVER speed around your neighborhood....or any neighborhood, for that matter. But can you honestly say you drive no more than 35 mph down a completely deserted rural road deep in the mountains? And are you saying that OnStar would not help me if I were to run into some remote ditch? That is the first I have heard of this. I was told that even out of cell phone range, the satellite portion of the system would still operate to locate my car and send for help, even if I could not talk to the OnStar operator. Does the system work as advertised, or is it all smoke? John Davies Monroe WA USA

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