Mahindra has informed that its emergency road service team is on high alert and customers will be given free towing service within a radius of 50 km.
Mahindra and Mahindra have also extended the warranty period ending from 1 April to 31 May till 31 July. This facility will be offered on all Mahindra vehicles including Thar SUV, Bolero, Scorpio, XUV300 etc.
Mahindra and Mahindra formed a task force before the arrival of Cyclone Yaas affecting landfall in Odisha and possibly the state as well as West Bengal. Equipped with many Mahindra vehicles, the taskforce aims to provide quick support to customers whose cars may be affected.
The cyclone Yas is likely to reach Balasore in Odisha around Wednesday afternoon and its effects are likely to be felt in many parts of the state and even parts of West Bengal. About two million people have been evacuated from low-lying areas to safer places in both states. Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra himself has given information about this by tweeting.
As part of its efforts to ensure customers check their vehicles, Mahindra has informed that its dedicated Emergency Road Service team is on high alert and free towing (towing) service within a radius of 50 km will be provided to customers who have Option is not selected. The roadside help program service will take the affected car to the nearest official service center of the company.
Owners of Mahindra vehicles used for emergency personal use or for essential work can contact the company on the Mahindra Customer Care App or 1800 209 6006 for immediate assistance. Urging customers to take all precautions, the car manufacturer has advised owners to park their vehicles in high altitude areas where there is no risk of flooding.
Explain that the lockdown restrictions due to COVID-19 are in force in Odisha and West Bengal, so Mahindra says it is working with local authorities in both states to ensure that safety precautions are a priority. Be kept
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