Hyundai’s Relief Task Force to aid Cyclone Amphan affected customers

    Published On May 28, 2020 06:20:00 PM

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    The task force consists of over 30 tow trucks to assist stranded Hyundai vehicles (File image).

    The task force consists of over 30 tow trucks and 20 ERS vehicles ready to be deployed in West Bengal.

    • Hyundai has set up the Relief Task Force in West Bengal to aid customer vehicles damaged by Cyclone Amphan
    • The task force consists of over 30 tow trucks and 20 emergency roadside assistance vehicles
    • The carmaker is offering a 50 percent discount on the depreciation amount of insurance claims for vehicles that have been affected by the cyclone

    Cyclone Amphan has caused havoc and destruction in various cities in India and Bangladesh. In order to provide its customers some aid, Hyundai India has set up a Relief Task Force in West Bengal to aid customers who have been affected by the natural disaster.

    This aid comes in the form of the creation of dedicated Roadside Assistance (RSA) teams that have 20 emergency roadside assistance (ERS) vehicles at their disposal. In addition, Hyundai has also organised over 30 tow trucks in order to help customers whose cars need to be brought to a workshop for repair.

    Hyundai is also offering a 50 percent discount on the depreciation amount of insurance claims for the cyclone-affected vehicles.

    Maruti Suzuki India also implemented some proactive measures to help its customers affected by Cyclone Amphan in West Bengal, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Jharkhand.

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