The First Responder Discount Program is open to eligible paid or volunteer:
To determine eligibility, General Motors will use First Responder ID (ID.me) for firefighters, police, and EMT/paramedics to verify all criteria is met. This is one of few companies accredited by the federal government as a remote identity provider. Once verified, first responders will receive an authorization code for the discount, which they should bring to the dealership, along with a copy of their driver’s license with the license number redacted.
Meanwhile, 911 dispatchers must create an account at www.gmfirstresponderdiscount.com to receive an authorization code. They must bring this code, a copy of their driver’s license with the license number redacted, and documentation of their 911 training and education, or a 911 card that contains the participant’s full name.
A few other things to note with the First Responder Discount Program include:
Get in touch with Cox Chevrolet for more information on the First Responder Discount Program, or visit www.gmfirstresponderdiscount.com. Our finance department is ready to help you apply your discount to whichever Chevrolet model you prefer!
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