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Tata Motors Extends Service Support to Customers in Cyclone-hit Odisha

Tata Motors Extends Service Support to Customers in Cyclone-hit Odisha

Snapshot: All the vehicle owners affected by Cyclone Fani in the state of Odisha can call emergency support on 1800 209 7979 to get their vehicle towed and serviced.

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The Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU) of Tata Motors has announced emergency service support to all the vehicle owners in Odisha, who have been affected by Cyclone Fani. A lot of vehicles in the state have been damaged as a result of the unprecedented rains and strong winds in the state due to the Cyclone. The customers in the affected areas can get in touch with Tata Motors Roadside Assistance for emergency support on 1800 209 7979 to get their vehicle towed and serviced at the nearest Tata Motors Authorized Service Centre.

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Speaking on this noble initiative, Mr. Subhajit Roy – Senior General Manager & Head Customer Care (Domestic and International Business), PVBU, Tata Motors, said that the company is immensely sad to see the carnage caused by Cyclone Fani in Odisha and its neighbouring states. So, Tata Motors is committed to extend prompt services across Odisha to all its customers for the much-needed respite. Mr. Roy further said that the company will offer free services and several other discounts on services on Tata Cars across the state’s cyclone-hit areas to provide the customers utmost care. The customers can also avail 50 percent discount on spare parts on customer liability. In addition, there is 50 percent discount on labour on customer liability.

Tata Motors, is association with its partner TVS Auto Assist, will facilitate free towing of affected vehicles to the nearest Tata Motors Authorized Service Centre as well as the provision of exclusive towing trucks till the situation betters. Furthermore, moving a step ahead, the home-grown automaker has made sure the availability of special call centre executives who are fluent in the regional language to be available at all times for seamless communication. For those asking, Cyclone Fani has casued severe devastation in several states such as Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal. It has caused severe damage to almost every vehicle like motorcycles, cars, buses and trucks.

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