Find out how OnStar can help when temperatures drop
Disaster can strike anywhere and at any time. Whether it’s a naturally occurring event like a hurricane or tornado or something man-made like an accident, explosion or chemical spill, OnStar Crisis Assist*16a can provide you with critical aid during such emergencies. A specially trained OnStar Advisor can help supply vital information about the crisis, provide routing assistance away from danger and connect you with a loved one. Plus, OnStar*4 works with leading disaster preparedness and relief organizations like FEMA, the American Red Cross and Planet Ready to help communities prepare for the worst — and pick up the pieces afterward.
Stay safe in winter weather
When winter weather strikes, make sure you’re prepared by taking these precautions:
If you experience a winter emergency, push your blue OnStar button for assistance. You can also visit Ready.gov to learn more about how to protect yourself.
You’ll find more information below about how Crisis Assist can help in an emergency, along with other tips to help you be ready whenever disaster strikes.
5 Things You Should Know About Crisis Assist
Before you push the button, here’s what you need to know about Crisis Assist.
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