OnStar Connections

February 19, 2013 by

Is OnStar Worth It?

Image of long empty road with the words "Is OnStar worth it?"

 

Living within a budget is not easy. That’s why it’s important for people to know the services they subscribe to are worth keeping.

What about OnStar?

Here are some comments from OnStar subscribers on the value of the OnStar service and what they like best.

Image of the back of a driver's head and shoulder with the focus on their hands on the steering wheel and the words "Knowing that the OnStar Advisor was with him until help arrived was really a comfort."

“Someone’s always there.” — Donna W.

“Thanks to OnStar, we will be celebrating our son’s 8th grade graduation instead of planning a funeral.” — Roxanne P.
Image of a long empty road with the words "I know I can go anywhere and OnStar has my back. It's not a luxury, it's a necessity."

“I’ve used the RemoteLink app to start my car too many times to count.” — Hope C.
“When I was stuck on the interstate when I ran out of gas, they helped me when I needed it the most.” — Crystal F.
Snow-covered road surrounded by snowy trees and the words "I believe my dad owes his life to OnStar."

“I was in the middle of nowhere and locked my keys in my car. I’m so thankful I had OnStar because getting a locksmith would have taken a long time and cost an arm and a leg.” — Alonda G.
Image of a tangle of brightly lit freeway ramps and the words "I absolutely depend on OnStar Turn-by-Turn Navigation."

“Not only did the OnStar Advisor provide the car’s VIN number and other information [to the police], he also tracked the car and pinpointed its location.” — Thomas W.

 

 

  • http://www.facebook.com/kristin.orians Kristin Orians

    My husband still isn’t convinced, but, when we were forced off the road by another driver, and no one would stop to help, our On-Star was there. I was too shook up to really think, and our On-Star advisor did all the work for us.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.couperpike Mary Couper Pike

    Try being lost in a strange town late at nigh. Two out of town women out in the boondocks; it was dark no street lights, or signs to tell us what street, or road we were on. HIt that On Star button real fast, and they were our guiding light back to our motel.
    There was construction all around the event we were at ,and just got out on the wron way.

    Thanks On Star.