Chevy Offers Free OnStar Services for Winter Protection
Just in time for winter’s worst, Chevrolet is offering drivers up to three free months of OnStar protection.
“These services can help Chevy customers drive with confidence during some of the most dangerous times to be on the road,” said Paul Edwards, Chevrolet’s U.S. vice president of marketing. “With OnStar, we’re bringing peace of mind to owners, knowing that an advisor is ready to help.”
The enrollment period for Chevy’s offer ends Jan. 23. Drivers with an OnStar-equipped 2006 or newer Chevy vehicle are eligible — a total of about 19 million people.
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You can automatically get one free month by pushing the OnStar button in your car and requesting the complimentary period from an advisor. You can add two more free months by giving the OnStar advisor a credit card to put on file for automatic monthly payments.
OnStar’s safety and security features connect you with a live advisor in dangerous situations. These services are accessible with a simple push of the OnStar button. They include:
- Automatic Crash Response: a service that uses built-in sensors to connect you with an advisor so you can call for help after a crash.
- Emergency Services: a feature that directs emergency service providers to your location.
- Roadside Assistance: a service that dispatches a tow truck to your location if your vehicle breaks down.
- Crisis Assist: a feature that offers assistance during natural disasters and severe weather.
- Stolen Vehicle Assistance: a service that helps locate your car and alert authorities after a theft.
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