Making Transferring to Your New Vehicle Made Easy
Whether you're in the market for a new Chevy truck for sale, hoping to secure a GMC lease or recently purchased the Buick SUV of your dreams, you might be wondering about the next steps. In addition to visiting our nearby auto service center for routine maintenance, the team at Rossi Chevrolet Buick GMC always reminds customers to head online and update their E-ZPass account with new information. Have questions about the process? Having difficulty updating your HomeLink settings? View our informative summary, then visit our Washington Chevy dealer today!
How to Transfer My E-ZPass Account near Me
Whether you reside in New Jersey or out of state, updating your E-ZPass account is as simple and as straightforward as possible. After you lease a Chevy Silverado or buy a GMC Terrain, you'll want to either transfer the license plates to your new vehicle or secure a new set. From there, you'll want to log in to your E-ZPass account and go to Vehicles & Tags and provide the new license plate and vehicle information. Or, opt to visit or call an E-ZPass customer service center to complete this process.
No matter which option you choose to take, we recommend that you update your information as soon as possible to avoid any confusion or unwanted fees. Did you buy a car at our Chevy dealership in Washington, New Jersey, but happen to move to Pennsylvania, New York or another state? Fear not, as your E-ZPass transceiver will work just fine if you move to a different state as long as you update the necessary changes -- most notably your billing address, license plate and possibly your bank account information.
SiriusXM® & HomeLink Assistance at Rossi Chevrolet Buick GMC
Having difficulty with other facets of transferring information to your new vehicle? It's easy to update your SiriusXM® account and other vehicle info. If you're looking to add a new radio to your existing SiriusXM® account, simply head online and update the vehicle information -- make sure to remove any radios that you no longer use. Need to program HomeLink to your GMC truck or Buick sedan? Browse your car owner's manual for model-specific information or contact Rossi Chevrolet Buick GMC and talk with our team.
Are you programming HomeLink to your Chevy, Buick or GMC for the first time? We do advise that each model is different, so don’t hesitate to speak with us for further the assistance. Here are the main steps:
- Move people, pets and objects away from the garage door and put in a fresh battery in the remote.
- Park your vehicle outside the garage and start the engine.
- Put the remote control transmitter up to the three HomeLink control buttons (located on the visor, overhead console or rearview mirror).
- Hold the desired HomeLink and remote control transmitter buttons until the indicator flashes slowly.
- Once the programing indicator light is solid, programing is complete.
- Push the HomeLink control button twice to activate.
Whether you need guidance in updating your E-ZPass and SiriusXM® accounts or want us to walk you through the steps to program HomeLink to your new vehicle, our NJ Chevy dealer is always here for you. Stop in or schedule an appointment with us to get the assistance you need!