Q: How does Safety Connect work?

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How does Safety Connect work?

Safety Connect is a service using Global Positioning System or GPS data to provide various safety features. This is a subscription-based program. The system consists of three components, which includes the microphone, LED light indicators and an SOS button. The system automatically calls the help center if a collision occurs and the airbags are deployed. A person can also press the SOS button to call for help.

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