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Pep Boys Goes to Touchless Vehicle Drop-Off Program

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Photo caption: A Pep Boys Service Center in Puerto Rico.

March 25, 2020—Pep Boys has issued its response to the coronavirus pandemic, as they have been listed as an essential business, according to a press release.

According to the report, Pep Boys has taken measures to ensure the safety of both customers and team members, including the launch of its a touchless drop-off and pick-up process in its service bays, while also providing gloves, seat and steering wheel covers, and floor mats for vehicles; providing curbside pick-up, where permitted, for parts orders placed online; implementing enhanced cleaning and disinfecting practices, while also practicing social distancing; advising team members not to come to work if they are feeling ill and providing them with a medical hotline if they are experiencing symptoms.

In addition, Pep Boys corporate offices are all working hard remotely to continue to support the business. 

To read the full message, visit https://www.pepboys.com/to-our-customers.

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