As quarantine measures start to ease up, carmakers have also begun reopening dealerships left and right. For its part, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has restarted operations in some of its dealerships in areas now under general community quarantine (GCQ).
There are now 11 dealerships that are back in business, to be exact. You can check out the full list of locations below:
- Cagayan de Oro
- General Santos
Customers are also advised that physical distancing must be observed inside IPC’s facilities, and the wearing of face masks is also mandatory. Vehicles brought in for maintenance and repairs will be disinfected before and after servicing. Likewise, brand-new vehicles will also be cleaned before releasing them to customers.
IPC has also ensured that these same safety measures will be observed in other Isuzu dealerships once those reopen. Clients are also encouraged to call dealers and agents prior to coming to showrooms to enable faster transactions and minimize physical contact.
Isuzu’s statement reads: “IPC and its nationwide network of 45 dealers have always kept the Filipinos’ health, safety, and well-being in mind. In this ‘new normal’ forced upon the world by a global pandemic, IPC continues to be every Filipino’s responsible partner.”