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== Definition ==
 
== Definition ==
   
A '''connected car''' (also '''connected automobile''' or '''connected vehicle''') is a car that is equipped with [[Internet access]], and usually also with a [[wireless local area network]]. This allows the car to share [[internet access]] to other [[device]]s both inside as outside the vehicle. Often, the car is also outfitted with special [[technologies]] that tap into the [[internet access]] or [[wireless LAN]] and provide additional benefits to the driver. Examples include: automatic notification of crashes, notification of speeding and safety alerts.
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A '''connected car''' (also '''connected automobile''') is a car that is equipped with [[Internet access]], and usually also with a [[wireless local area network]]. This allows the car to share [[internet access]] to other [[device]]s both inside as outside the vehicle. Often, the car is also outfitted with special [[technologies]] that tap into the [[internet access]] or [[wireless LAN]] and provide additional benefits to the driver. Examples include: automatic notification of crashes, notification of speeding and safety alerts.
   
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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== See also ==
 
 
* [[Connected vehicle]]
 
   
   

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