Goodyear implementing no-contact policy at PH service and retail centers

The new normal
by Drei Laurel | May 5, 2020
PHOTO: Goodyear Philippines

You’re going to have to keep the new normal in mind if you plan on buying tires at Goodyear Autocare facilities during the general community quarantine period (GCQ).

The company has just announced that it will be implementing a zero-contact policy at its service and retail centers in the Philippines with the goal of sustaining tire sales without sacrificing quality or safety.

Under the new policy, customers will have to contact their local Goodyear Autocare establishments via Facebook or mobile number to schedule an appointment. Once at the store, they then must drop their vehicle off at a designated zero-contact area. Simple enough, right?

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Goodyear is now also requiring all of its associates to wear personal protective equipment while working on vehicles. Personnel are also required to disinfect all of a vehicle’s contact points before returning it to the customer.

“At Goodyear Autocare, the health of our associates and customers are our first priority,” the company said in a statement. “That is why strict adherence to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is strictly reinforced in all Goodyear Autocare stores nationwide since the beginning of the pandemic.”

So, will you be visiting a Goodyear Autocare branch once your area moves into GCQ, or will you wait it out a little longer just to be safe?

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