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OnStar Santa Tracker Is the Ultimate Christmas Spy

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The OnStar Santa Tracker will follow Claus around the globe for the sixth year in a row.

General Motors is rolling out the OnStar Santa Tracker for the sixth Christmas running, allowing excited children to track Santa’s whereabouts as he delivers presents across the globe. OnStar subscribers in the US, Canada, and Mexico will be able to tap into his adventure on Christmas Eve by pressing the blue OnStar button.

OnStar is collaborating with the North American Aerospace Defense Command’s (NORAD) Tracks Santa program to get the updates on Kris Kringle’s global position. OnStar users will be able to check in between 7am on December 24th through 5am on December 25th. (That’s a long day for Mr. Claus, eh?)

OnStar Santa Tracker

We can’t get over how cute the photos in the official OnStar press release were.

“My 2-year-old son has finally reached the age where he is excited about Santa,” commented Keitha Martin, who owns a GMC Acadia and subscribes to OnStar. “This year we will be following Santa’s journey to deliver his gifts through OnStar. My husband and I are just as excited for this magical experience!”

And to get even more into the Christmas spirit, OnStar will make a donation of $1 for every call received asking about Santa’s location. The grand total will be donated to United Way for Southeastern Michigan.

OnStar Santa Tracker

Like, seriously, how adorable is this?

“We are grateful to OnStar for making United Way for Southeastern Michigan the recipient of dollars raised through the program to chart Santa’s progress,” said Michael J. Brennan, the President and CEO of United Way for Southeast Michigan. “We are pleased to be part of a program that brings such delight to so many during this holiday season.”