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GM Expands OnStar Services to All Mobility-Adapted Vehicles

October 17, 2006

DETROIT – Customers who purchase any new 2006- or 2007-MY General Motors vehicle equipped with OnStar and eligible adaptive mobility equipment will receive two additional years of standard OnStar service at no charge (in addition to the first year of included service).The GM Mobility Program was launched in 1991 to assist disabled people with with their transportation needs. Under the terms of the program, GM reimburses customers up to $1,000 when they buy or lease a new GM vehicle and adapt it with one or more of the 35 eligible aftermarket mobility equipment modifications, such as hand controls, scooter hoists, or wheelchair lifts. GM brands in the program include Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC HUMMER, Pontiac, and Saturn.Under the new offer, a customer purchasing any GM vehicle equipped with the Sit-N-Lift power seat, new OnStar TTY equipment, or aftermarket adaptive equipment through the GM Mobility Reimbursement Program will receive two extra years of OnStar service. Since the first year of OnStar service is included on all new OnStar-equipped GM vehicles, GM Mobility customers can now get three years of OnStar service with their purchase. Until now, the three-year OnStar offer was only available on GM’s sport vans (Chevrolet Uplander, Buick Terraza, and Saturn Relay).
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