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Your official Chevy "Summer Checklist."

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Recently we have taken a deep dive into many of our new Chevy models. We explored some of the impressive intelligence, safety, and design features that Chevrolet drivers are able to take advantage of every day. Now that you know why you should drive Chevy, let’s discuss what you should do this summer with your new Chevrolet.

Load up the family, corral the dogs, stuff in all the snacks and drinks you can find, and take off for these fun summer adventures.

Here is your official Chevy Summer Checklist:

Ride onto the beach
Don’t live near a beach? Perfect. Load up the trunk with the cooler, grill, chairs, blankets, and meats to grill. Find a beach you can drive onto, lower the air pressure in the tires, and drive right out to the sandbar. Turn the music up, and put the cell phones out of site.

Nothing says summer like a crackling fire and a flaming marshmallow. Pack up the Chevy with just the essentials, and let the wilderness take care of the rest.

Star gazing
Sometimes it’s the simple things that make the most memorable moments. Find the perfect partner, the perfect night, and the perfect space to pull up into. Open up the sunroof, recline your seats, and enjoy!

Road trip to a park, fair, or festival
Show your new Chevy off to the whole town! Just make sure the kids finish the fried dough and cotton candy before they hop back in.

Visit family & friends
Take advantage of multiple vehicles with leading MPG efficiency. How often do you find yourself saying “it’s been too long,” to a close friend? Load up the family and hit the road. FaceTime is great, but stop resorting to it. Time for a visit!

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Delivery? No thanks. We’re already on our way.

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Chevrolet is the first automotive brand to provide drivers with an embedded pizza-ordering option. Domino’s® is the latest merchant added to Chevrolet Marketplace.

Chevrolet vehicles that are 2017 or newer and have Chevrolet Marketplace, the industry’s first in-vehicle commerce platform, now have the capability to order Domino’s®. It just takes a couple of taps on the screen, no smartphone needed!

Order your favorite Domino’s® pizza and track the delivery… from behind the wheel!

Hop in a new Chevrolet with Chevrolet Marketplace today, then
set up a free Pizza Profile with Domino’s®, either online or through their Domino’s® mobile app, and get ordering!

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A classic brand featuring some of its finest vintage members.

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When you think “vintage,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind?

An old record player? An article of clothing? A bottle of wine, stashed away in a dark cellar?

What about a classic Chevrolet?

Last week in Chadron, NE there were vintage Chevrolets aplenty! Chevy lovers gathered from across the nation to join in their love of Chevrolet for the 2019 Vintage Chevrolet Club of America Mile High Region 43rd Middle West Meet. About 40 vehicles took part in the festivities, the oldest, a 1919 Chevy Series 490. I am guessing that car has a few years on your wine bottle.

The premier event of the gathering was a car show, in which several of the vintage vehicles took part. In order to be eligible, cars had to be at least 25 years old and meet the club’s mission of "preserving and restoring Chevys and GMCs in a manner that represents how they were sold when new."

A classic brand featuring some of its finest vintage members.

For more information on the event and the organizations that made it happen, click here.

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Chevy continues to work on solutions to keep teens driving safely.

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Teen drivers continue to pose a risk for the road.

Teens tend to be more distracted, listen to their music louder, are more likely to text, and oftentimes drive without a seatbelt. In fact, the fatal crash rate for teens is 3 times greater than for drivers age 20 and over

Chevy is working to become a part of the solution. Chevy has created a feature, specifically for teen drivers, that will temporarily block the auto from shifting into gear if the driver’s seat belt is not buckled. A message will alert the driver to buckle up in order to shift into gear.

This industry first feature will come standard in the 2020 models of the Chevy Malibu, Traverse, and Colorado as a part of the Chevy “Teen Driver” package.

For more information on the feature and anticipated results, click here.

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