Jack R. Nerad | March 30, 2020
Hyundai is one of many carmakers that has announced efforts to help put a halt to the COVID-19 epidemic while at the same time trying to keep its workers gainfully employed.
In the immediate wake of the economic havoc and consumer restrictions resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, Hyundai Motor America has taken several steps to help its current and prospective customers, most prominently payment assurance and payment deferral programs.
In addition, through programs like Hyundai Hope On Wheels, Hyundai is expanding COVID-19 drive-through testing centers to 11 children's hospitals throughout the U.S. with grants totaling $2.2 million. The COVID-19 drive-through testing centers provide a safe way for children with increased risk factors to receive the care they need.
Many states and localities have put into place severe restrictions on business operations and personal interactions. While these are necessary to slow the pace and scope of the epidemic, their consequence is a drastic downturn in business activity. Here are the highlights of the coronavirus financial relief and new car incentives Hyundai has instituted to spur sales and deal with the crisis.
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