It has deployed a number of vehicles to local government units and hospitals across Luzon to provide transport to frontline healthcare workers amid the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ). In addition, TMP also lent 10 of its vehicles to the Department of Transportation recently. These vehicles will be used to ferry frontliners to and from the Philippine General Hospital, one of the few (and probably busiest) COVID-19 referral centers in the metro.
TMP has also done its part to help out its clientele as operations are set to resume, launching its MyToyotaPH online tool to make the task of booking service appointments easier. The Japanese carmaker is also making the necessary preparations at its facilities to keep its employees and customers safe once dealerships reopen.
Now, all that’s needed is a reminder that we have things to look forward to. TMP has put up its Here for You page on its official website to showcase all of the stories on the carmaker’s relief efforts and services that it has carried out over the duration of the pandemic. Through this page, readers can also learn about some of TMP’s tips on car care as well as receive updates on the company’s latest advisories. And to spread some good vibes around, Toyota is also reminding everyone that there are #BetterDaysAhead—you can watch the short video on it below:
Kudos to Toyota (and all the other carmakers, for that matter) for all of its response and relief efforts during this crisis. If you want to read more on what TMP has been up to over the last couple of months, click here.