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Chevrolet drivers can track Santa from their cars on Christmas Eve

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Chevrolet drivers can track Santa
Chevrolet drivers can track Santa from their cars on Christmas Eve

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), or NORAD, is tracking Santa progress around the world every night on Christmas Eve for more than 60 years. 

Even the government closure will not prevent NORAD from completing its once-a-year mission.

Now, GM gets an annual tradition.

On December 24, owners of the Chevrolet branded vehicles, including the Traverse and Tahoe SUV, the Silverado truck, and the sedan car cruiser, can push the OnStar button and get a real-time update on the Santa's location

Chevrolet owners who have the active OnStar plan can only press the OnStar button in blue to request Santa Update and learn the current Santa location.

The site service uses the official Santa site data in NORAD. 

Santa's update calls can be made at any time between 6 am Eastern Time from 24 December to 5 am Eastern Time on 25 December. 


Recruitment is adjusted as a consultant to accommodate the increasing volume of calls from Santa's upgrades, GM said.

"Every year we receive thousands of Santa's update requests," said Stacey Onold, Operations Manager of the Chevrolet Support Contact Center. 

"It's a great way for Chevrolet owners to use technology to connect their families with important information about Santa's journey and the joy of the holiday."

Chevrolet and OnStar are planning to donate US $ 1 to the American Red Cross for each Santa Update button received in the United States.

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