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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 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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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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