Home Four wheelers oi-Punith Bharadwaj By Punith Bharadwaj Published: Saturday, May 23, 2020, 11:19 [IST] The South Korean auto manufacturer Kia Motors, has introduced a new safety initiative in India. Called the ‘Kia Care’, the new initiative is aimed to stop the spread of Covid-19 virus and help maintain hygiene environment across all its touchpoints in the country. Under the new initiative, Kia is offering its customers a complete vehicle sanitization for free of cost. The offer is valid for a limited period and will be on a first-come-first-serve basis. This will ensure safe and hygiene cars for its customers after service and avoid spreading of the deadly virus. Additionally, the brand has also announced that it has extended the duration of the free services by two months as well. This has been announced in order to take care of delays in servicing during the lockdown. Kia has also introduced a three-step hygiene and sanitisation (SOP) Standard Operating Procedure. The protocol provides guidelines to be followed in order to maintain a safe environment for vehicles, service centres, dealer staff and customers. The first protocol provides a detailed procedure to maintain vehicle hygiene. This includes a thorough exterior wash, followed by… Read full this story
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