GM Saves Car From Thieves And It Was A Chrysler!

General Motors subsidiary OnStar has helped find about 58,000 stolen GM vehicles so far, but this past week they helped save a Chrysler 300. The standalone OnStar FMV system went for sale for non-GM cars this past year. Jean Franklin of Gresham, Oregon bought a 2006 Chrysler 300 on December 16th. Her car was stolen two days after. She reported the theft to the police and the OnStar device was activated shortly after. About an hour later, the thief was caught. [Jalopnik]

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GM Saves Car From Thieves And It Was A Chrysler! Comments

  1. Leisa Dreps says:

    Kudos to the speed in getting the car back safe and sound. More or less, fast response like that is the best quality a security system should have. Of course, the authorities played a great role here through their quick response and assistance. Let’s hope this gives owners a good idea on how to have a safety net for the car they own.

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