Toyota Motors Philippines Extends Help to Fight COVID-19


With the current enhanced community quarantine in the Philippines, the No.1 Car Brand in the Philippines Toyota is one with the country to beat COVID-19 through special assistance and mobility support.

Here is the list of things Toyota Motors Philippines have done so far


Insurance Policies are Extended

Toyota Financial Services Philippines extended the payment terms for their customers. Likewise, expiring insurance policies under Toyota Insure and warranty coverages for Toyota vehicles have been extended. Toyota vehicles scheduled for Periodic Maintenance Services are also given a 30-day grace period.

The lending of Toyota Vehicles to Frontliners

With all kinds of public transportation suspended, it has become a challenge for most frontliners, especially healthcare workers to report for duty in their respective hospitals. TMPC has coordinated with various local government units and hospitals to lend out its company vehicles to doctors and nurses serving in different healthcare institutions.

To date, 47 Toyota vehicles have been allocated to help bring urgent care to patients. Other units were also lent to volunteer groups who are distributing personal protective equipment to healthcare workers in various hospitals.

Extending the help

Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF) meanwhile has handed out donations for health care workers and families who need support. Some PPEs, such as isolation gowns, surgical gowns, and surgical gloves were donated to Santa Rosa Community hospital, while sacks of rice and grocery packages were distributed to hard to reach areas and certain communities including the Toyota Santa Rosa Gawad Kalinga Village which is home to more than 150 families.

Fuel Rebates for Frontliners

With Metrobank Card Corporation, all frontliners who are Toyota Mastercard credit card holders will be given Petron fuel rebates from April 15-30,2020.

It pays to partner with a brand that understands its customers. Especially at these times of understanding, we applaud Toyota Motors Philippines for their efforts helping to flatten the curve.