Hyundai Forms New Task Force to Support Customers Affected by Hyderabad Flood

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Hyundai has deployed a dedicated emergency roadside assistance service team to support customers, which will be free.



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Hyundai has deployed a dedicated emergency roadside assistance team

Hyundai Motor India has announced the formation of a special relief task force to support its customers affected by the flooding in the city of Hyderabad. The region was affected by heavy rains, leaving several parts of the city inundated, causing Lake Balanagar to cross its limits, causing flash floods in surrounding areas. Several vehicles in the area were damaged in the flooding, and Hyundai stepped forward to help customers with accompanying measures.

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Commenting on the initiative, Tarun Garg, Director of Sales, Marketing and Service, said, “Hyundai is a customer-centric organization and in line with our global brand vision of ‘Progress for Humanity’, we strive continually supporting our customers for a happy life. The safety and well-being of our customers is our top priority. Recently, the city of Hyderabad witnessed an unfortunate event of flooding. To combat the situation, we have stepped up our after-sales service by forming a special task force to help Hyundai customers in Hyderabad to ensure their mobility and peace of mind. “

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Hyundai also offers a 50% reduction on the amount of amortization of insurance claims for vehicles affected by flooding

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To support its customers, Hyundai has deployed a dedicated emergency roadside assistance service team, which will be free of charge. In addition, the South Korean automaker also grants a 50% reduction on the amount of amortization of insurance claims for vehicles affected by the floods. Customers can also contact Hyundai through dedicated support numbers.

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