General Investor Information

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    General Motors Company announced pricing of the public offering of common stock of $33.00 per share on November 17, 2010.  GM’s common shares began trading on the New York Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange on November 18, 2010.

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    General Motors Company was incorporated in the state of Delaware on July 10, 2009. General Motors Company began its operations when it acquired substantially all of the assets of Motors Liquidation Company (formally, General Motors Corporation) in July 2009.

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    Yes, In March 2015 our Board of Directors authorized a program to repurchase up to $5.0 billion of our common stock by the end of 2016. Effective January 2016 our Board of Directors increased the authorization to repurchase up to an additional $4.0 billion of our common stock (or an aggregate total of $9.0 billion) by the end of 2017.

Stockholder Information

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    General Motors Company’s registrar and stock transfer agent is Computershare Trust Company, N.A.  Computershare maintains the record of GM’s stock ownership by registered stockholders (those whose accounts are maintained in their name by Computershare).  If you are a registered stockholder and need assistance with your account, such as updating your mailing address, obtaining stock account information or transferring your stock, please contact Computershare by telephone, toll-free at 888-887-8945.  Stockholders outside the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico may call 1+781-575-3334, automated information is available 24 hours a day.  Computershare phone representatives are available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET.
    Registered stockholders can access their accounts via the Internet at www.computershare.com/gm to view share balance, current market value, historical stock prices, and frequently asked questions and to download and print forms.  If you need help with your stock account held through a brokerage firm, contact your broker directly for assistance.

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    General Motors Company does not issue stock certificates.  Rather, GM uses a form of registered stock ownership called book entry or Direct Registration Profile System (DRS).  The book-entry owners of the security are registered on the books of the company and, in lieu of certificates, stockholders receive statements of holding.  Book-entry ownership is more convenient for investors because it eliminates the risk of lost or stolen certificates and the cost to replace the lost or stolen certificates, and the sale or transfer of the stock is simplified.

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Warrant Holders Information

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    The warrants for General Motors Company (New GM) common stock were issued to Motors Liquidation Company in connection with the creation of New GM.  Motors Liquidation Company was responsible for the distribution of common stock and warrants in the New GM to unsecured creditors in accordance with the bankruptcy plan, which was confirmed by the bankruptcy court on March 31, 2011.

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    Both Warrant A, expiring July 10, 2016 with CUSIP 37045V118, and Warrant B, expiring July 10, 2019 with CUSIP 37045V126, are currently exercisable and tradable. The exercise price for Warrant A expiring July 10, 2016 (CUSIP 37045V118) is $10 and the exercise price for warrant B expiring July 10, 2019 (CUSIP 37045V126) is $18.33. Strike prices may change due to certain events, such as a stock dividend or stock split. There are no restrictions on shares of common stock post exercise.

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    Warrant A (CUSIP 37045V118) may be exercised on any trading day until July 10, 2016 at 5 p.m. Eastern Time, Warrant B (CUSIP 37045V126) on any trading day until July 10, 2019 until 5 p.m. Eastern Time. The Warrants do not automatically exercise. Any warrant not exercised prior to the expiration date will expire unexercised and the holder will not receive any shares of GM common stock.

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    Holders have the right to full physical settlement or net share settlement.  In full physical settlement, holders must pay the exercise price, which currently is $10 for Warrant A (CUSIP 37045V118) and $18.33 for Warrant B (CUSIP 37045V126), (plus any associated fees charged by the broker, etc) in order to receive one share of common stock for each warrant exercised.  In a net share settlement, the transaction is cashless (unless there are associated fees charged by the broker, etc) where the number of shares of common stock to be delivered is equal to the Net Share Settlement Price (equal to the volume weighted average price of prior 20 trading days on the New York Stock Exchange for common stock) minus the associated exercise price divided by the Net Share Settlement Price.   All fractional shares will be paid in cash.  Please check with your broker or financial advisor for exact details and definitions.

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    The receipt of new GM stock and warrants by Motors Liquidation Company (MLC) bondholders was generally not a taxable event. Your historic cost basis in your Motors Liquidation Company debt is your basis in the GM stock and warrants received. The basis should be spread to the assets received pro rata based on value. You may want to seek the advice of a tax advisor and or your financial advisor for assistance in determining your cost basis and allocation between the various assets received, or if you received additional assets from MLC.