It’s that time of the year again when road trips, retreats, and more fun-filled activities are what’s brimming the bucket lists. So this summer, Toyota Motor Philippines is offering a helping hand to keep your ride in top running condition before you head out on the road.
Toyota will once again offer FREE 20-point safety inspections in all its 45 dealerships nationwide. It couldn’t be any simpler. Just bring your car to your nearest Toyota dealership and avail of this service for free from March 16 to 31.
In keeping with Toyota’s 24-year tradition, the Toyota Motorists Assistance campaign will also be back. This Holy Week from April 1 to 5 (Holy Wednesday to Easter Sunday) Toyota service teams, comprising of Toyota Certified Service advisors and technicians will be deployed in 11 major destinations all over Luzon to provide free roadside emergency assistance and safety inspections to all motorists, regardless of their vehicle’s make or model.
Toyota Motorists Assistance sites will be on full alert in strategic Caltex stations up north in Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Baguio, Benguet, Rosario, La Union, and Urdaneta, Pangasinan, all the way to NLEX (Southbound). For motorists heading south, these service sites can be located along SLEX (Northbound and Southbound), Tagaytay, Laguna, and Quezon, as well as selected Toyota Dealerships namely Toyota Isabela, Toyota Dasmarinas Cavite, and Toyota Camarines Sur.
The Toyota Motorist Assistance Campaign, an annual, non-profit, civic oriented service activity is in partnership with Toyota Dealers, Chevron Philippines Inc, Philippine Auto Components (Denso) Inc., Yokohama Tires, Smart Q Systems Co. Inc., Emicor Inc., Philippine Allied Enterprises Corp., 3M Philippines, Fujitsu Ten Corp. of the Philippines, Axalta Coating Systems and Wiin Corporation, OE Works Manufacturing, Three Bond Singapore Pte. Ltd., Oriental and Motolite Marketing Corp., Nippon Paint Phils. Inc., De Beer Car Refinish, and Federal Chemicals.
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