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Hyundai supports flood affected cars in Mumbai with Relief Task Force

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Hyundai has announced the creation of a new Relief Task Force in Mumbai to support the flood-affected Hyundai customers. Hyundai has launched the initiative with a dedicated service team along with 36 flatbed trucks and 24 towing trucks to assist customers around the clock in case of any breakdown. In addition to this, 15 Emergency Roadside Assistance vehicles are on alert in Mumbai.

Hyundai Motor India Limited has also sent 33,000 SMS’s to inform customers about the preventive measures and emergency contact details. The company has also assigned over 100 technicians to repair vehicles and bring them back on road. Insurance companies will also be supporting the customers by designating surveyors for swift flood claim settlement. Additionally, a 50% discount on depreciation on insurance claims will be offered along with special discounts on parts on repairs of flood affected vehicles will be provided by Hyundai.

Hyundai has activated a toll-free number, 0124-4343937 for towing vehicles. 

Currently, Hyundai India’s product portfolio consists of ten car models across segments:-

  • Santro
  • Grand i10 
  • Elite i20
  • Active i20 
  • Xcent 
  • Verna
  • Elantra 
  • Venue 
  • Creta 
  • Tucson.

Hyundai Motors India Limited has 494 dealers and more than 1,319 service touchpoints across India. 

Other measures that we at think a car owner should take in the monsoon are as follows:-

  • Before moving out check on windshield wipers, windshield cleaning solution tanks and any tree leaves logged between the wiper and the glass surface. if possible use a water repellant solution on the ORVMs available locally. 
  • Keep the tyres in check – The tyres tread depth is what makes the water on the road surface seep out of the tyre’s surface to provide grip, adequate tyre tread will provide with good grip and reduce risks like skidding and loss of control over the vehicle.
  • Avoid waterlogged road and in case the vehicle gets flooded do not attempt to restart the engine as it may cause a short-circuit in sensitive electronics of the vehicle making the damage permanent.