A Message from the Owners

The Underriner Automotive family is committed to the health and safety of our employees and our customers. To ensure their protection, we have taken steps throughout our dealerships in response and prevention to the COVID-19, Coronavirus.

We will be working closely with city officials as well as following guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in addition to making every effort to keep all of our stores safe and healthy.

  • Hand sanitizers with a minimum of 60% alcohol are located throughout each Sales and Service Department.
  • Our Sales and Service teams are committed to wiping down vehicle door handles, steering wheels, gear shifters, and other frequently touched surfaces.
  • We have an excellent cleaning service that, in addition to cleaning our stores thoroughly each night, will add bi-weekly decontamination services utilizing a misting disinfectant. This will give our dealerships cleaner air and surfaces.
  • Employees are equipped and committed to disinfecting their computers, keyboards, chairs, and desks, as well as phones and high-traffic areas multiple times per day and after every customer interaction.
  • Our staff has also reinforced the importance of hand-washing and the utilization of hand sanitizer. If any staff member shows symptoms or feels like they may be getting sick, we have asked them to stay home for the recommended period of time put forth by health professionals.
  • We are OPEN for business during normal business hours. If conditions worsen or change, we will stay informed and make updates to our website, social media channels, as well as alerting our local media outlets. We do have opportunities for online shoppers, and we would be happy to work with you remotely if necessary. Our commitment is to the health and safety of our customers and community.

Thank you and stay healthy!

The Underriner Automotive Team





Coronavirus Resources

Testing

Contact your primary healthcare provider or a clinic. They can determine whether you need testing. Though hospitals may request lab testing for some high-risk patients, emergency rooms should NOT be considered a primary source for patient-requested testing.