Even though most of us aren’t on the road as much as usual, that may change over the next few months. The peace of mind that comes with knowing that when we do need to drive, we can, is especially important.
A new service experience:
- Hyundai’s Clean Assurance. We’ve taken extra steps to provide all Hyundai dealerships with best practices to help ensure the health and safety of our service employees and customers, like extra cleaning and sanitization at our dealerships and service centers and “contactless” service appointments available at most dealerships. Learn more about how we’re staying safe here.
- Take advantage of new Summer deals and specials. Summer is usually a time for day trips, road trips, and other drives to summer activities. Even though that might not be the case this year, we’re still offering lots of specials and promotions to help you save -- and keep your Hyundai ready for the road ahead, whenever you get back out there.
Summer car care tips:
- 15-20 minutes of driving per week. Drive your car at least once a week for 15-20 continuous minutes, including 2-3 minutes of highway driving. It’s good for your battery, brake system, and tires, and circulates your car’s fluids to keep it running smoothly. Remember to follow social distancing and your state’s stay at home regulations.
- Disinfect surfaces before you drive. Our cars are high-touch surfaces. Commonly used interior and exterior surfaces (like door handles, seat belt buckles, fuel caps, multimedia controls, and steering wheels) should be disinfected with isopropyl alcohol. Hydrogen peroxide, bleach, and ammonia-based cleaners are NOT advised and may damage surfaces.
- Sanitize hands before you drive/after you leave the carIf you’re going out for gas, groceries, or any other essential errands, remember to clean and sanitize your hands before you get in the car.
- Clear any leaves or debris from the inlet at the base of the windshield
- Check tire pressure requirements posted on the driver-side door pillar (the car’s frame where the door shuts/locks)
- Start the engine and idle for 2-3 minutes, check for any dashboard alert lights, and, inspect the wiper blades for proper operation
- Operate the climate control in “Fresh” mode with the A/C ON and adjust the temperature setting to comfort
- If the vehicle is equipped with Auto Climate Control, set the temperature to 72ºF in “SYNC” and press “AUTO”
To all of our customers, we’re here to help you keep your Hyundai healthy!