At Blue Ridge, we want you to know that we are taking preventative measures within our stores to ensure that you and your family are safe while purchasing or servicing a vehicle. Like you, we are keeping a close eye on the rapid developments concerning COVID-19 and we will continue to provide updates as needed via our website.
At this time, our dealerships are open for business. We are confident we have taken the the necessary steps to provide a safe environment, and we will continue to apply preventative measures as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Below are a few of the steps we have taken to ensure your safety:
- We have cleaning crews in place who are disinfecting our dealerships multiple times a day.
- Service technicians are wiping down all vehicles completed in service.
- Hand sanitizer stations have been placed throughout our dealerships.
- Increased cleaning and disinfection of our customer and employee touchpoints, including door knobs, handles, writing surfaces, countertops, etc.
- We’ll also be avoiding unnecessary contact by replacing handshakes with alternative forms of greetings. No offense. It just makes sense.
We have modified our time-off policy to better accommodate employees who may become sick.
As a reminder, Blue Ridge customers can facilitate their entire vehicle purchase via our Blue Ridge Concierge service online without ever visiting a dealership. Shop our entire inventory online, then reach out to one of our qualified representatives to take care of the process travel free from the security of your own home.
We are committed to providing your mobility needs, and thank you in advance for your patience as we all navigate this challenging situation. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please reach out to us online, on the pone or visit a dealership.
Thank you for choosing Blue Ridge Auto Group for your automotive needs.
For additional details regarding COVID-19, and additional steps you can take to safeguard you and your family, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website.