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Cars, bikes and three-wheelers are seen submerged in the rainwater at an underground parking lot near Mumbai. (HT PHOTO)
Cars, bikes and three-wheelers are seen submerged in the rainwater at an underground parking lot near Mumbai. (HT PHOTO)

Hyundai forms relief team for its vehicle owners affected by Mumbai rains

  • Hyundai will offer complimentary roadside assistance for a year to customers whose vehicles have been affected by heavy rainfall and waterlogging.

  • Hyundai has formed a special service team to assist these customers of Mumbai.

Hyundai Motors India Ltd has formed a relief task force to support customers in Mumbai whose vehicles have been affected due to heavy rainfall and waterlogging. Mumbai have been witnessing heavy rains since last week with several cars stuck due to rising water at places.

Hyundai has said that a special service team will be formed to assist Hyundai customers in Mumbai.

It will offer complimentary roadside assistance for a year as well as about 50 percent discount on depreciation amount on insurance claims on the affected vehicles.

(Also read | Video shows car being swept away amidst heavy rain in Mumbai)

Tarun Garg, Director of Sales, Marketing and Service at Hyundai Motor India, said that these initiatives have been taken keeping in mind the customers’ welfare and safety. “Hyundai is a socially responsible and customer-centric organisation that is committed to make efforts for the betterment of society and communities. The safety and well-being of customers is our utmost priority. Recently, Mumbai has witnessed an unfortunate event of heavy rainfall and waterlogging. To combat this situation, we have ramped up our service support by forming a special task force to assist Hyundai customers in Mumbai to ensure their seamless mobility and peace of mind" Garg said.

(Also read | Heavy showers cause traffic to crawl in several parts of Mumbai)

Recently, more than 400 vehicles parked at an underground lot in suburban Kandivali were found to be submerged after heavy rainfall hit Mumbai and its adjoining regions. It affected a large number of passenger vehicles, including some Hyundai cars too.

  • First Published Date : 23 Jul 2021, 03:05 PM IST