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Information re: Seven Speed Motors and COVID-19
Can I purchase a vehicle at this time?
Absolutely, our staff are available via phone or e-mail to answer all questions, with more than 25 high resolution pictures per vehicle, car is more transparent than ever. We are also open by appointments only, we provide protective masks and gloves for the safety and health of our staff and customers.
It’s always exciting when you pick up your newly purchased vehicle. Unfortunately, with social distancing we are unable to shake hands or meet in person, but we can always arrange to pick up at our location or have vehicle delivered at your residents (some additional cost may apply). All paperwork that requires your signature will be left in your vehicle.
Will COVID-19 affect my delivery date?
Depending on government measures, all deliveries are on schedule., some deliveries may be impacted. We will keep you informed of any changes.
How do I protect my purchase after delivery?
At Seven Speed Motors. We ensure you that vehicle comes fully Certified, 30day / 1000kms powertrain warranty, with our Extended Warranty programs, you will be able to choose how you protect your investment for the years ahead.
Am I still able to Finance a vehicle?
Yes, we’re eager to provide financing for your next purchase, we only use respected and reputable finance sources, and we always protect our customer’s information. Our Experience Managers make the same no matter which financing you choose, one of our staff will be more than happy to workout a payment that is suitable for your need, we also know at this time people are struggling with payments and for that we had introduced a 6 months no payment (O.A.C)
At Seven Speed Motors we want to assure you that we are taking the evolving nature of COVID-19 very seriously. Our highest priority is the health and safety of our guests and our team members. We have made several changes to our dealership operations to enhance your ability to purchase a vehicle in a safe environment.
In order to help safeguard our guests, employees, and the community in which we operate, we have put the following safety measures in place:
- Increased the distribution of hand sanitizer and tissues;
- Performing continual disinfecting of high-touch and high-traffic areas within our dealership. Door handles, desks, chairs, counter tops, POS machines, washrooms and waiting areas are being sanitized thoroughly and regularly;
- Disinfecting any test-drive vehicles, trade appraisal vehicles and vehicles in for service, after use;
- Mandating all staff wash their hands regularly;
- Eliminating all physical contact, including hand shaking;
- Asking staff who feel unwell to remain home and not come into work.
Ontario moving to a modified step two of its Roadmap to Reopen
As of 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, January 5, 2022, Ontario will temporarily move back to a modified version of step two of its Roadmap to Reopen. The following measures will be in place for at least 21 days (until January 26), subject to trends in public health and health system indicators. Further guidance will be provided in the coming weeks.
Dealers may remain open with the following restrictions:
- Dealerships must operate at no more than 50 per cent capacity, or at less than 50 per cent capacity as necessary to maintain at least two meters of physical distancing between individuals
- Signs must be posted notifying the public of the capacity restriction
- Volume of music must be limited to permit a normal conversation
- A safety plan must be prepared, posted, and made available upon request
- All individuals must physically distance at least two meters apart and wear a mask or face covering that must cover a person’s mouth, nose, and chin, inside the premises at all times
- Physical distancing or a barrier is required indoors when workers remove face coverings to eat or drink
- Businesses and organizations must make sure all work is conducted remotely, unless the nature of the work requires employees to be onsite at the workplace
- Line-ups and patrons congregating must be two meters apart indoors and outdoors. Masks or face coverings are required in line-ups
- High-touch surfaces, including tables, countertops, door handles and communal areas like washrooms or change rooms must be cleaned and disinfected.
Test drives will also continue to be allowed under the following restrictions:
- Test drives must be limited to no more than 10 minutes
- A maximum of two people, including up to one sales representative, may be present in the vehicle during the test drive
- If two people who are not members of the same household are present in the vehicle during the test drive, all windows in the vehicle must be opened at all times
- Masks or face coverings must be worn at all times indoors and during test drives and must cover a person’s mouth, nose, and chin
- All members of the public must be actively screened by the dealership in accordance with the advice, recommendations, and instructions of the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health before participating in a test drive.