Maruti Suzuki India said it has made various arrangements at the workshop in collaboration with its dealer partners. After receiving news of Cyclone Meijiang, the company proactively sent 700,000 text message alerts to customers, including preventive measures. HMIF announced financial assistance of Rs 3 crore to help communities affected by Cyclone Michong in Tamil Nadu.

Car Help Desk, New Delhi. Luxury carmaker Audi India and major Indian carmakers Maruti Suzuki India, Mahindra & Mahindra and Hyundai Motor Company have taken initiatives to assist customers in cyclone and flood-affected areas of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

Maruti Suzuki took a big step

Maruti Suzuki India said in an official statement that the company has made several arrangements in the workshops in collaboration with its dealer partners. After receiving news of Cyclone Meijiang, the company proactively sent 700,000 text message alerts to customers, including preventive measures.

This ensures that customers can take precautions to protect their cars from potential damage before a storm hits. Furthermore, the company has approached the insurance company to repair the RSA and compensate the customers for their losses.

Mahindra and Audi do this

Mahindra & Mahindra said it has launched RSA (Roadside Assistance) to provide special discounts, free inspection and damage assessment and financial relief to customers in the affected areas. Additionally, Audi has announced 24×7 roadside assistance for customer vehicles affected by the floods caused by the ongoing Cyclone Michonne in Chennai.

Hyundai Motor will invest Rs 3 crore 

Hyundai Motor India Foundation (HMIF), the corporate social responsibility arm of Hyundai Motor, one of India’s most popular car manufacturing companies, has announced financial assistance of Rs 3 crore to help Tamil Nadu affected by Cyclone Michonne community.

The company said its field teams are working with state officials to deliver emergency relief supplies, including food, water, shelter, medical aid and other necessities, to affected communities.