Fiat Chrysler Automobiles joins humanitarian efforts after Italian earthquake

Time 9:37 am, August 30, 2016

IN ORDER to provide support for people who have been struck by the Italian earthquake, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is participating in fund-raising activities carried out by the Italian Red Cross, which is in the front line of emergency assistance operations.

The FCA Group is committed to adding the money donated by its employees to this humanitarian initiative.

As well as this, the group is making a fleet of vehicles available to institutions involved in emergency operations in the areas affected. These consist of commercial vehicles vital for logistical and operative needs.

Among the numerous company initiatives launched is the suspension of payment of instalments and fees for contract financing, leasing and hire signed by inhabitants of the areas hit by the earthquakes.

On top of this, FCA and FCA Bank are making available a solidarity programme for those in the area whose cars or vehicles have been damaged or destroyed, offering those who wish to purchase a new group vehicle zero-advance contracts with zero interest for five years, in addition to all other promotional offers.

And finally, Mopar, the FCA brand for services, customer care, original spare parts and accessories for FCA brands, offers all residents of the affected areas a reduction on spare parts used to repair vehicles damaged by the earthquakes.

These company initiatives confirm its commitment, in terms of humanitarian, technical and economic aid to the population struck by this tragedy.

Call the group’s toll-free ‘green’ telephone numbers in order to contact the call centre in order to obtain further information.

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