Drivers, start your cars and fire up your Wi-Fi.
And please don't crash while tweeting or making dinner reservations on the interstate.
That's the message from automakers that want to sell lots of vehicles enabled for Wi-Fi, Facebook and Twitter and drown out critics warning of a catastrophe on the nation's roads as driver distractions proliferate.
Volkswagen AG's Audi brand calls itself the first luxury carmaker to offer in-vehicle access to Wi-Fi and Google Earth. "Google it," it's telling customers in advertisements if they want to know more. Nissan Motor Co., General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. are embracing in-car systems that access Google, Facebook and Twitter.Read Article