OnStar was launched in 1996 as a revolutionary advance in automotive telematics. The service has been referred to as the next great step in vehicle safety, in line with the seatbelt and the airbag. OnStar is not only about safety and assurance, but also offers useful connectivity and navigation features. Here is a brief overview of what having OnStar in your Chevy can do for you:
When an accident happens, the airbags will generally deploy to prevent major injuries. But that is not the end of your concerns after a collision. Many accidents require emergency services from the police and EMTs. OnStar is there to automatically check on your condition and contact emergency responders quickly if you need them.
OnStar uses GPS technology, so even if you don’t know where your Chevy is, OnStar does. This can be very useful in many situations, from helping the police locate a stolen vehicle to sending a towing service to the right location on the side of a dark highway.
The benefits of OnStar go beyond reaction to trouble. You can use the service at any time to get directions to any destination. Call on an OnStar Advisor or the destinations you have saved to eNav for turn-by-turn directions to popular points of interest or even to your grandmother’s house.
Staying connected in daily life is important to many drivers today. OnStar has made communication not only possible, but actually very easy with Bluetooth technology. Simply sync up your mobile device to make and answer calls with your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel.
If you want to stay safe and well connected while on the road, then come to Jerry’s Chevrolet and check out our great selection of OnStar-Equipped Chevy vehicles. We offer the finest new and used Chevrolet vehicles to the drivers of the Baltimore area. Call (443) 213-0304 or contact us online for more information.