GM Student Bonus
Whether it is high school or college, you have been working hard for the last few years. Your grades are in check and your social life is in full swing, so why not treat yourself to the ultimate gift? The minds back at General Motors have been thinking the same thing, and that is where the GM Student Bonus in Yarmouth & Barrington, NS comes in. Shopping for a new Chevy vehicle has just gotten much more promising for students; how does it sound to get paid to be behind the wheel of a brand-new car?This may seem too good to be true, but trust us when we tell you that the GM Studen Bonus is a deal to take advantage of. But how does it work? Eligible soon-to-be graduates and recent graduate drivers will be able receive up to $750 dollars toward a brand new Chevy, GMC, Buick, or Cadillac vehicle. Imagine what you can do with an extra $750 lying around, that is a whole lot of pizza and a maybe even a couple new textbooks along with it.
Cash in Your Pocket and a New Set of WheelsWhen it comes to the excellent GM vehicles eligible, the list is nothing short of impressive. Nearly every new vehicle from the likes of Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac are available for between $500 and $750 in cash toward a brand-new vehicle.
To be considered an eligible driver, the following requirements must first be met:
If you or your student driver qualify for the following list, you have already taken your first steps toward a brand new vehicle with some great cash to go towards it from General Motors.Compact vehicles like the 2015 Chevy Sonic are perfect for student drivers; you will get plenty of efficiency and technology with a fun exterior and a safe all-round package for next to nothing in overall price. Or perhaps you are the friend that is always volunteered to move your friends in and out of their housing, so a 2015 Chevy Colorado or Chevy Silverado is the vehicle you have in mind. There is no better time than now to get your cash and start driving your brand-new GM vehicle in Yarmouth & Barrington, NS today.
- Are full-time high school students of a recognised high school
- Have graduated within the last 4 years from a recognised high school
- Are part-time or full-time students who are enrolled in an accredited college, CEGEP, university or apprenticeship program
- Have graduated within the last 4 years from an accredited college, CEGEP, university or apprenticeship program
- Are part-time or full-time students of an Adult and Vocational program
- Have graduated within the last 4 years from an Adult and Vocational program