Over the past few weeks, the COVID-19 virus has spread rapidly throughout the United States, and our government has recommended that American's shelter in place to avoid spreading and contracting the virus. Gov. Kate Brown has officially ordered the people of Oregon to stay home when necessary, only leaving home for work and getting essentials such as groceries.
With all of these business shutdowns and shelter in place orders, what does that mean for auto repair? Auto Repair is considered a necessary business and is allowed to stay open during this time. There are many people who still need to use their vehicles to get to work, to the store, or to check on at risk loved ones, and in order to do so your vehicle needs to be working.
If your vehicle needs a service or you find yourself without a working vehicle when you need it most during these tough times, you can have peace of mind knowing that Small World Auto Center in Eugene is here to help. We know that many folks in Eugene are out of work or working from home, and if you've been overdue for a vehicle service, now is a great time to get that taken care of while you have more time.
Of course, please stay home if you do feel that you are sick or have COVID-19. You can rest assured that the staff members here at Small World Auto Center will practice proper sanitization and safety procedures to ensure that your vehicle is handled appropriately according to CDC standards. Please give us a call if you have any questions or concerns or need contactless auto services.