ALBANY, Ore. (PRWEB) March 26, 2020
As concerns increase over the spread of COVID-19, Albany CDJR is taking extra steps to maintain a safe and sanitary environment for both guests and employees, while also minimizing contributions to the spread of the virus. Precautions implemented follow the guidelines and recommendations provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC).
Under strict directions from the State of Oregon, Albany CDJR’s sales department will be closed until further notice. The dealership’s service department has been deemed an essential business and will remain open while following the mandates established by state health authorities.
Willamette Valley drivers in need of vehicle maintenance or repairs can benefit from flexible pickup and home delivery services, designed to supplement the transportation needs of the community during this complex situation. Once an appointment is scheduled, a service advisor will contact customers to verify services and confirm the pick-up time. To ensure a secure process, clients will also receive a picture of the driver in charge of picking up the vehicle. Payments will be securely collected over the phone without cash or checks involved.
Complying with health and safety regulations, Albany CDJR has also adopted thorough sanitation standards across its facilities. The dealership is cleaned daily with hospital-grade cleaning supplies to help neutralize the spread of germs. Team members also have been trained to follow best practices for hygiene, including frequent hand-washing and proper social distancing.
Interested individuals can learn more about the pick-up and drop-off services by visiting the dealership’s website, https://www.albanychryslerdodgejeepram.com/?utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=press_release&utm_campaign=2020%20March%2026. For a more personal interaction or for specific inquiries, a dealership representative can be reached by phone, 541-967-9105. By promoting social distancing and practicing routine sanitization processes, Albany CDJR aims to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.