With an impact spanning roughly 13 states, Hurricane Sandy has left a path of destruction in its wake. It's clear that a large amount of work will be required to completely recover from the damage, and that's why so many people and businesses are coming together to help in any way possible, including Toyota.

The Japanese automaker recently announced two ways that it's helping with the recovery effort. On one end, Toyota has donated one million dollars to the American Red Cross as well as other non-profit groups that are aiding. Meanwhile, Toyota Financial Services (TFS) has announced that it will make special exceptions for drivers living in areas impacted by the super storm.

Specific relief options that Toyota Financial Services will be offering to drivers in disaster areas include:

  • Deferring payments
  • Redirecting billing statements
  • And helping arrange special payments
  • Toyota encourages anyone with questions regarding these special relief services to call (800) 874-8822 for more information. Those living in a FEMA-designated disaster area who need to replace a vehicle can also sign up for a 90-day deferral on their first payment when purchasing a new Toyota.

    DCH Toyota of Torrance, located at 2955 Pacific Coast Highway - Torrance, CA 90505 is proud to see Toyota step up to the plate in such a major way in such hard times. That said, it's likely to far from the last positive thing Toyota does for the general public. And if you want to stay up to date on the latest, our blog is the place to be.

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