Due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, many car owners are undoubtedly worried about the state of your vehicle’s warranties.
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Going out for your car’s preventive maintenance schedule isn’t included in the many exemptions in the community quarantine’s guidelines after all, right?
Fear not, particularly Chevy owners, because The Covenant Car Company Incorporated or TCCCI, the exclusion distributor of Chevrolet vehicles in the Philippines, has come up with something to help you feel at ease.
Like many car companies in the Philippines, Chevrolet is working to ease car ownership woes amidst the current crisis
Chevrolet’s extended vehicle warranties
Like many other car distributors and carmakers in the country, TCCCI now offers an extended warranty and a grace period for those who missed their car’s periodic maintenance service schedule.
So, if you missed your Chevy’s PMS schedule this March due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine, the company is providing a 30-day grace period for you, which is valid until the end of April 2020.
Furthermore, TCCCI assures its customers that missing a PMS in March no longer voids their warranty coverage.
For more details, go check out Chevrolet Philippine's official Facebook page
And finally, for vehicles whose warranties are expiring this month of March, Chevrolet is also extending warranties by two months. This is one month more than what the other car brands are offering and the said extended warranty is given to customers automatically.
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