Who invented the OnStar system?

Answer General Motors created OnStar, which began its 24 hours vehicle road side safety assistance operations in 1996. OnStar is offered in over 50 General Motors vehicle models.Source:OnStarMotor Trend

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Who invented OnStar?

OnStar is an automobile tracking service invented through General Motors. It was invented in 1995 and partners include Electronic Data Systems and Hughes Electronics Corporation for communications ... Read More »

Does the Toyota RAV4 have an OnStar system?

Toyota vehicles do not use the OnStar system. Instead, they use the competing Toyota Safety Connect system, which is available on the RAV4. Safety Connect's features include a 24/7 emergency respon... Read More »

Who created OnStar?

The OnStar vehicle tracking system is owned by General Motors and was started in 1995. It was a collaboration of General Motors, Hughes Electronics Corps and EDS, each of whom brought specific tech... Read More »

Can OnStar be turned off?

OnStar can be turned off. Remove the three wires that go into the box that is labeled "OnStar." In many cars it is located in the trunk under the liner that covers the spare tire. If disconnected, ... Read More »