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Hi all. :D

I'm a new Volt owner. I recently purchased a 2014 Chevy Volt. I'm really enjoying it. A big change from the G37 I previously had but I'm not missing the $$ fill ups.
 

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Welcome! I'm from Oshawa, have a 2012 and a 2017 Volt. Full disclosure, I do the training for GM across the country including EV training (currently hosting a conference in Ottawa as we speak for Cadillac, with my Volt charging up outside at the hotel's charging station)
 

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Greetings from London. I have nothing to disclose though! :)

Oh, for the non-Canadian's out there, GTA means Greater Toronto Area just in case you are wondering.
 

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Welcome. You won't be disappointed :)
 

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Thanks everyone! The only set back I have so far is my work not allowing electric vehicles to plug in. Usually I wouldn't be surprised by such a thing but I work in a Municipal building and I work for the Fire Dept so you'd think they'd be more accommodating :/

That's so funny... I also went from a g37s to a volt! Must be doing something right to attract us.
Funny I've heard of another person who did the same. Maybe the Volt attracts those that like smooth comfy cars with lots of Torque?
 

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Actually I do have a quick question for the GTA Volt owners. Any issues setting up your Onstar?

Is it required to setup the My Chev app? (I'm sure it's needed for the Onstar app)
 
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