Toyota PH Brings More Help to Flatten the Curve
In their bid to further contribute to the community to help flatten the curve, local automotive titan Toyota Motor Philippines boosted its efforts through mobility support and special assistance to its customers.
For its customers, announced that thye have extended insurance wararanties and payment schemes.
Toyota Financial Services Philippines has extended the payment terms for their customers, while Toyota Insure and warranty coverages have also extended expiring insurance policies for Toyota vehicles.
Since the huge chunk of the Toyota customer population also cannot tend to their Periodic Maintenance Services as of the moment, they have also given a 30-day grace period.
TMP also have assisted the medical frontliners and local government units by providing transportation to them during this time of crisis.
Currently, a total of 47 Toyota vehicles have been allocated to help bring urgent care to patients.
Other units were also lent to volunteer groups who are distributing personal protective equipment to healthcare workers in various hospitals.
The said move started when newly-minted TMP chief Atsuhiro Okamoto initiated the lend-out.
On his Facebook post, Okamoto revealed that the idea of lending out units came upon from suggestions from his social media page.
The arm in charge of the company's corporate social responsibility efforts, Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF), handed out donations for health care workers and families who need support.
Some PPEs, such as isolation gowns, surgical gowns, and surgical gloves were donated to Santa Rosa Community hospital, while sacks of rice and grocery packages were distributed to hard to reach areas and certain communities including the Toyota Santa Rosa Gawad Kalinga Village, which is home to more than 150 families.
Further, Metrobank Card Corporation expressed gratitude to the frontliners' passion, commitment, and bravery, all frontliners who are Toyota Mastercard credit card holders will be given Petron fuel rebates from April 15-30,2020. Through this, we hope mobility is made lighter and more convenient for our frontliners.
In a statement, TMP has assured that that they will continue to extend aid through the help that they can extend.
"In these challenging times, TMPC is one with our nation’s leaders, health care workers, frontliners and volunteer groups in fighting this pandemic. We continue to empower people through mobility and advocating for safety."
"Toyota is here for you. Together, we look forward to better days ahead," it added.