GUIDELINES ON THE USE OF GENERAL MOTORS’ TRADEMARKS

Use of any GM trademarks, or any mark likely to cause confusion with GM’s trademarks, is not permitted.
This includes, but is not limited to, the following GM trademarks:
GM
GMC
Chevrolet
Chevy
Buick
Cadillac
HUMMER
Saturn
Oldsmobile
Pontiac
Volt
Mr. Goodwrench
GM vehicle model names (e.g. Corvette, Malibu, Sierra, LaCrosse, Equinox, Cobalt, Impala, SRX, Escalade, HHR, Tahoe, Acadia, Yukon, any of the H2, H3, H3T series, Silverado, Avalanche, Canyon, Camaro, HHR, Express, Savana, Lucerne, CTS, DTS, STS, Aveo, Traverse, Terrain, Enclave, etc.)

Additionally, use of any of GM’s Logos, or any design likely to cause confusion with GM’s Logos, is not permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, the following GM Logos:










In addition to its trademark rights, GM owns trade dress rights in the look-and-feel of many of its vehicles and certain distinctive elements of its vehicles. Trade dress is a subcategory of trademark law that can be broadly defined as the total image and overall appearance of a company’s products, or in this case, GM’s vehicles. Any image which prominently displays GM's protectable vehicle shapes and/or designs (trade dress), including many vehicles that GM no longer produces or sells parts for, is not permitted. Therefore, any image, clipart, photo (including self-taken photos), or drawing that incorporates these protectable vehicle body designs and/or overall shape, or any other readily recognizable GM vehicle shape, is not permitted. See the following section for Examples.

No GM club merchandise may be sold on CafePress unless expressly authorized by GM or its licensing agent.





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