OnStar Smart Driver is an optional service that provides customers with information about their driving behavior to help them maximize their vehicle’s overall performance, reduce vehicle wear and tear and encourage safer driving. 
Customers in eligible vehicles who enroll in OnStar Smart Driver will be able to earn achievements, maintain safe-driving Streaks, get valuable feedback with each trip and access their driving data — all from their myChevrolet, myBuick, myGMC or myCadillac mobile apps. Enrollment in OnStar Smart Driver is free. Customers who subscribe to an eligible OnStar service plan — Premium, Essentials, Safety & Security, Connected Vehicle or Remote Access—can also access OnStar Smart Driver+, which offers additional insights.


You can access your OnStar Smart Driver information on the mobile apps, which are compatible with most Android and Apple devices.

From the app’s home screen, tap the OnStar Smart Driver widget. There, you can review trip statistics and achievements to help improve your driving habits. If you have OnStar Smart Driver+ with an eligible subscription, you can also review a monthly summary.


You can enroll in OnStar Smart Driver through the mobile apps or through the vehicle brand websites: https://my.chevrolet.com, https://my.buick.com, https://my.gmc.com or https://my.cadillac.com.  

From the app’s home screen, tap on the OnStar Smart Driver Widget. If enrolling through your vehicle brand website, sign in to your account. Click on “Account,” scroll down and click on “Data & Privacy.” Scroll to “OnStar Smart Driver,” select “Manage Settings” and click “Enroll.”


You can check your OnStar Smart Driver enrollment in the mobile app’s settings or through the vehicle brand websites. When using the mobile app, click on your profile -> Settings -> OnStar Smart Driver. There, you can view your enrollment status. The “Allow OnStar Smart Driver” toggle is gray when you’re not enrolled.  
If using the vehicle brand website, sign in to your account. Click on “Account,” scroll down and click on “Data & Privacy.” Scroll to “OnStar Smart Driver” and select “Manage Settings.” The “OnStar Smart Driver” toggle is “on” when your vehicle is enrolled. If you are not enrolled, you will see a prompt to enroll.  
You can unenroll from OnStar Smart Driver at any time through the mobile apps or vehicle brand websites. Within the mobile app settings, you can toggle off the Allow OnStar Smart Driver, which will display an “Opt out of OnStar Smart Driver” message. There you can select “Opt Out” and you will be unenrolled. To unenroll via your vehicle brand website, sign in to your account. Click on “Account,” scroll down and click on “Data & Privacy.” Scroll to “OnStar Smart Driver” and select “Manage Settings.” From there, switch off the “OnStar Smart Driver” toggle.


Once you’re enrolled, you can access driving data your vehicle collected. At the top of your screen is a display of trips taken and Badges earned.

Underneath are two tabs: Achievements and Trip Stats

  • Tap the Trip Stats tab to see statistics about your trip, including a map that displays hard acceleration and hard braking events (map and historical trip data require paid subscription)
  • Tap the Achievements tab to view “Challenges” (rings representing your progress toward Badges) and a summary of your Streaks
  • Tap "Monthly Report” under “Reports” to view a monthly summary of your driving behaviors (requires paid subscription)

The Trip Stats screen will now show driving information such as:

  • Total miles driven for last trip
  • Total miles driven for past trips
  • Hard braking incidents
  • Late night drives (between 12 and 4 a.m.)

The Achievements screen will show:

  • Challenges: These appear as a series of rings being filled in
  • Graphics: These appear in the center of the rings to signify the smart driving category you’re working on (e.g., a foot on a brake pedal symbolizes hard braking)
  • Completed circles: These indicate you’ve achieved the goal of the category shown in the center
  • Your current best Streaks and all-time best driving behaviors

The Monthly Report Screen gives a summary of driving behaviors over the month (requires a paid subscription).

For your security, please don’t include personal info such as phone number, address or credit card details.



What are the requirements to enroll in OnStar Smart Driver?

To enroll in OnStar Smart Driver, you must have an eligible vehicle with Connected Access or another eligible service plan and live in the U.S., Canada or Mexico.



Communicate with one of our specialists.

Information on this page is specific to the GMC models below. If your vehicle is not on the list or these instructions don't apply, then please see your Owner's Manual.

  • Acadia 2010-2021
  • Acadia Limited 2017
  • Canyon 2010-2021
  • Savana Cargo Van 2010-2021
  • Savana Commercial Cutaway 2010-2015
  • Savana Passenger 2010-2021
  • Sierra 1500/2500HD/3500HD 2010-2021    
  • Sierra 1500 Hybrid 2010-2013    
  • Suburban 2010-2021    
  • Terrain 2010-2021    
  • Yukon and Yukon XL 2010-2021    
  • Yukon Hybrid 2010-2013