The following is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
When the pandemic set in, I knew many of my travel plans were going to be halted, but I still needed car maintenance. Car service during a pandemic is a little different, as is everything else that we used to consider normal.
I’ve now had my car in for maintenance 3 times since March. Each time I felt safe and this is what I would recommend:
- Check that the service technicians are wearing masks (and that you’re wearing a mask.)
- Make sure you’re keeping a safe distance from the technician.
- Ask about the sanitizing efforts they are taking. Are they able to disinfect your vehicle before and after they work on it?
- Schedule an appointment to have your car picked up from your home. You minimize coming in contact with many people, and the technician will sanitize the steering wheel and anything else they touch, before and after they drive your car.
- Interested in a new vehicle? You can shop online. Some car dealerships will even bring a car to you to test drive – you can avoid the dealership altogether!
My car had to go to a dealership in late March, and it was a seamless interaction. In July, I had an oil change and tire rotation and again, it was amazing that everything was contactless. Later in July, I had to have a part replaced. I actually dropped my car off overnight and had it back fairly quickly the next day. I was able to keep a safe distance and I felt confident that everyone was taking every measure to keep themselves (and me) safe from spreading any germs.
Warren Henry Auto Group is going above and beyond to keep you and their employees safe while providing the best service. Check out their website to learn more, and to schedule service or sales today!