Hyundai India has enhanced the scope of activities and services for vehicle owners affected by the untimely floods in Chennai. The South Korean automaker has placed as many as 17 emergency road service vehicles to support the flood affected customers and their vehicles and 30 flatbed trucks to assist with towing operations in the city. Just so you know, on December 08, 2015 the company handed over a Cheque of Rs. 2 Crores to Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund (CMPRF).
Sharing the details of Hyundai Motor India’s relief efforts for vehicle owners in Chennai, Mr Y K Koo, MD & CEO Hyundai Motor India said, “Hyundai as a responsible corporate citizen has ramped up its service support to customers in Chennai will a slew of initiatives. The state has been home to HMIL since 1996 and this contribution is their way of expressing solidarity with the people of Tamil Nadu, as they rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the recent devastating floods. With the vision of being lifetime partners of our customers we will continue to extend support to our Chennai family.” In order to ensure that Hyundai’s services are available in every part of the city and to as many customers as possible, Hyundai has activated a toll free number (0124-4714072) for towing the vehicles.
The company has deployed as many as 300 technicians working multiple shifts across the city to assist the vehicle owners. Hyundai customers are being offered special discounts on repairs and restorations of their flood affected vehicles by parts 30 % and 50% on depreciation on insurance claims. Further, Hyundai’s spare part supplier MOBIS is prioritizing order of all spare parts for Chennai workshops to handle the flood affected vehicles and off the shelf arrangements are also being made for parts to supply across the counter as per need. For those wondering, Hyundai India also distributed food packets, home essentials and clothing in affected areas.