Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has been quite busy recently with regard to its response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Japanese automaker recently introduced a 30-day grace period for its preventive maintenance services, warranties, and payment services. After introducing these measures to help its customers during the enhanced community quarantine, TMP has now decided to help the country’s frontliners by lending its media test units and company cars.
If you’re curious as to whether the units that were lent are the exact same ones you see in all of our reviews, then you’re right. From the Toyota RAV4 all the way to the FJ Cruiser, Vios, Rush, and various other Toyotas, these vehicles were deployed to help the country’s frontliners in their travels during the enhanced community quarantine.
In a post through the official Facebook page of TMP’s new president Mr. Atsuhiro Okamoto, he says that the Japanese automaker coordinated with various LGUs and government hospitals to lend its company vehicles for the daily transportation needs of health workers. These are the hospitals and organizations that TMP has supported so far.
- Binangonan Lakeview Hospital
- City of Manila / Mayor Isko Moreno
- East Avenue Medical Center
- Mary Johnston Hospital
- Navotas City DRRMO
- Ospital ng Makati
- Philippine General Hospital
- Santa Rosa Community Hospital
- Unihealth Parañaque Hospital and Medical Center
In the coming days, TMP will be deploying more of its company vehicles and test units to more hospitals and organizations. Okamoto-san says that this is the Japanese automaker’s way of contributing to the fight against COVID-19.