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The two dealers nearest me never list any for sale and that is troublesome because if I decide to buy one I really am not keen on having a car I have to drive out of my way for service and support. Is there a site where I can check? I cannot find anything on Chevy's site
 

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Call their service department and ask.
 

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Call them. They either have certified, trained Volt technicians or they don't.
 

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Try this: Go to the Chevrolet website. Near the bottom of the home page, under "Ownership" click on "Certified Service." Click on "Find a Service Dealer." The bulleted items in the listings will include "Volt Sales & Service." If you click on "New Search," You can enter a location and tick the "Volt Sales & Service" box to filter the results.
 

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Start by checking their inventories. If they sell new Volts, they most likely service them. And if they don't have any new Volts in their in inventory, you can call and ask.
 

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Try this: Go to the Chevrolet website. Near the bottom of the home page, under "Ownership" click on "Certified Service." Click on "Find a Service Dealer." The bulleted items in the listings will include "Volt Sales & Service." If you click on "New Search," You can enter a location and tick the "Volt Sales & Service" box to filter the results.
Excellent info. Thanks for this tip!

It looks like all Chevy dealers in Washington DC area are Volt certified .. makes sense because it is a very heavily populated area.
 

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Try this: Go to the Chevrolet website. Near the bottom of the home page, under "Ownership" click on "Certified Service." Click on "Find a Service Dealer." The bulleted items in the listings will include "Volt Sales & Service." If you click on "New Search," You can enter a location and tick the "Volt Sales & Service" box to filter the results.
Very helpful info for me, too. Thanks!

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Try this: Go to the Chevrolet website. Near the bottom of the home page, under "Ownership" click on "Certified Service." Click on "Find a Service Dealer." The bulleted items in the listings will include "Volt Sales & Service." If you click on "New Search," You can enter a location and tick the "Volt Sales & Service" box to filter the results.
You can also use this method to find Bolt EV dealers too.
 

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Try this: Go to the Chevrolet website. Near the bottom of the home page, under "Ownership" click on "Certified Service." Click on "Find a Service Dealer." The bulleted items in the listings will include "Volt Sales & Service." If you click on "New Search," You can enter a location and tick the "Volt Sales & Service" box to filter the results.
awesome. odd, both close in dealers offer sales/service but never sell the damn car
 
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Try this: Go to the Chevrolet website. Near the bottom of the home page, under "Ownership" click on "Certified Service." Click on "Find a Service Dealer." The bulleted items in the listings will include "Volt Sales & Service." If you click on "New Search," You can enter a location and tick the "Volt Sales & Service" box to filter the results.
Thank you - That worked for me too. Not many dealers around here have anything to do with EV's, so it was semi-good to find one 40 miles away who can work on the car

Don
 
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