At Ashford Motors, we want you to know that we are taking preventative measures at our dealership to ensure that you and your family are safe while purchasing or servicing a vehicle. Like you, we are keeping a close eye on the rapid developments concerning COVID-19, and will continue to provide updates as needed.
At this time, our dealership is open for business. We are confident that we have taken the necessary steps to provide a safe environment, and we will continue to apply preventative measures as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Below are a few of the steps we have taken to ensure your safety:
Provided employees guidance in following the CDC’s recommendations to prevent the spread of viruses, including proper handwashing and hygiene; Reviewed and reinforced sanitation measures and increased cleaning and disinfection of customer and employee touch-points, including door knobs, handles, writing surfaces, countertops, etc. Service technicians are wiping down all vehicles completed in service; We'll also be avoiding unnecessary contact by replacing handshakes with alternative forms of greetings. No offense. It just makes sense. Reiterated to employees the importance of staying home if they are sick.
We also wanted to ask our customers to reach out if there is anything we can do to help if there is a need to get their vehicle serviced or if there is a vehicle they are interested in purchasing. We will do as much as we can by phone and online. We ask that you make an appointment to test drive a vehicle, that will give us time to make sure that the vehicle is clean and sanitized before your arrival. Lastly for the safety of all involved we ask that if your are not feeling well to follow the CDC's recommendations to stay at home and to wait to get your vehicle serviced or to purchase a vehicle.
We remain as always committed to our employees and the people and communities we serve and thank you for being our valued customer.
For additional details regarding COVID-19, and additional steps you can take to safeguard you and your family, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website. https://www.cdc.gov/