At LaSorsa Chevy Buick GM, we believe that owning a car is an experience that should feel rewarding and fulfilling. Instead of feeling like buying a new car or getting your vehicle serviced is taking a chunk out of your wallet, why not help it go the other way around?
With the LaSorsa Chevy Buick GM Rewards program, you can do just that. The program allows you to earn points by doing just about anything related to owning a car, even things you would probably do anyway—from getting an oil change and leasing a new vehicle to using your car’s built-in OnStar® 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and enrolling in paperless billing. Simply signing up for the program will earn you 1,000 points!
Once you’ve built up points, you can redeem them at LaSorsa Chevy Buick GM to save money on the things you want. For instance, your GM reward points can earn you discounts on your next oil change or help purchase genuine GM parts. You can even use them to buy hours of pre-paid OnStar® Hands-Free Calling or a whole month of 4G LTE Wi-Fi data.
Signing up for the rewards and redeeming them is easy. To learn more about the program and how exactly it can benefit you, just ask any one of our associates at LaSorsa Chevy Buick.
Drivers who live in cold climates already know what freezing, thawing, and refreezing can do to roads. New potholes pop up once the snow finally melts away. Potholes can cause significant damage to your vehicle over time, so it’s in your best interest to avoid them whenever possible. Here are some tips for surviving pothole season from us here at LaSorsa Chevrolet Buick!
The easiest way to survive pothole season is to simply be alert while driving. Keep your eyes looking at the road and slow down or go around potholes. There’s nothing worse than a bump and loud clunk that signifies you hit a pothole hard. Hitting a pothole at low speeds will significantly reduce the impact it has on your vehicle.
Maintaining proper tire pressure can protect your car from damage when going over potholes. Underinflated tires may rupture or burst when the vehicle hits a pothole. In the same way, overinflated tires can take damage from potholes as well. Maintain the manufacturer-suggested tire pressure for best results.
Do Your Part
Help reduce potholes in your area by reporting them to the proper authorities. After all, a pothole can’t get fixed if those in charge of repairs don’t even know it’s there!