As kids across the country await Santa'??s arrival, OnStar wants to help keep families on the road stay aware of his whereabouts through a fun tracking system.
On Christmas Eve, OnStar will provide specific location-based updates on Santa Claus'?? annual trek around the world based on data received in partnership with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).
Beginning at 7 a.m. EST on Christmas Eve, OnStar subscribers, including OnStar FMV owners, can press the blue OnStar button in their vehicles to request a "Santa Update" through 5 a.m. EST Christmas morning.
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NORAD uses its North Warning Radar System, geo-synchronous satellites with infrared sensors and other technologies to monitor Santa'??s Christmas Eve travels and share the information with children and families around the world.
Those traveling will find this is a fun and interactive way to keep the kids entertained while on the road.
Individuals without an OnStar subscription can visit www.noradsanta.org or
dial 877 HI-NORAD (877-446-6723) for Santa'??s location.
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