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Teaching Kids How to Use OnStar

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Is it the red button or is it the blue? Your little ones can learn, and so can you.

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Is it the red button or is it the blue? Your little ones can learn, and so can you.

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Do you know a kid who’s curious about OnStar?*4 We’ve got just the video for them. OnStar wants your entire family to be prepared for the road ahead, and part of that means knowing when and how to connect with an OnStar Advisor. While it’s typically the driver who pushes the blue OnStar button or red Emergency button, there may come a time when your child needs to contact OnStar for help. Watch this video with your kids so they can see how OnStar services work and how to use them. You might learn a thing or two as well.

+ Help your little ones learn the ins and outs of OnStar.