USA: Telematics beats phone for roadside help
Drivers who use a telematics system - an electronic concierge or in-vehicle personal communications system - receive faster emergency roadside assistance when needed, according to results from the J.D. Power and Associates 2001 Emergency Roadside Assistance Study released yesterday. The study identifies that drivers calling for service using land-based telephone wait an average of 50 minutes for help to arrive.
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