Earlier this year, General Motors started offering its OnStar service — something once exclusive to GM cars — to almost any car built since 1981. With Turn-by-Turn Navigation, Bluetooth connectivity and emergency response services, OnStar FMV could be perfect for motorists concerned with safety and convenience. But how does it work in the real world? MotherProof.com contributor Carrie Kim had an opportunity to find out with an older test car that had the OnStar device installed in it. To find out if FMV makes sense for you, continue reading at MotherProof.com.
Putting OnStar FMV to the Test (MotherProof.com)