AutoNation providing free vehicle sanitization to first responders at its dealerships


AutoNation began a program this week where for the next two-plus months, it will offer free vehicle sanitization for first responders from 1-4 p.m. each Tuesday at its dealerships.

The program, which started Tuesday and runs until Aug. 25, can be utilized at any AutoNation store. First responders can have their personal or work vehicles sanitized with a free EPA-approved treatment.

“AutoNation is committed to keeping America safe.  So, while First Responders are out caring for our communities, AutoNation is here to also care for our first responders. Thanks for all you do for us,” said AutoNation’s Marc Cannon in a news release.

To have their vehicles sanitized, first responders can visit the service drive at any AutoNation store. They simply show their credentials. The process takes 30 minutes.

In the news release, AutoNation shared this disclaimer: All efficacy claims & statements are relevant when the disinfectant product is applied correctly. This disinfectant product has been approved & registered by the EPA for use against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Disinfectant methods or claims should not be deemed to state or imply that the products can eliminate or prevent transmission of any virus, illness or disease. For product manufacturer or EPA registration information, please see an AutoNation Service Associate for details. Offer expires August 25, 2020.

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