Are Car Dealerships Essential Businesses in New Jersey?
In the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, New Jersey’s Stay at Home order has called for a temporary shutdown of all non-essential businesses. For those in need of a new car or vehicle servicing, this begs one crucial question – are car dealerships considered essential businesses in New Jersey? A new directive will allow New Jersey car dealerships to operate under some restrictions throughout the duration of the stay-at-home order. You can find all the details here!
Under the new directive, New Jersey car dealerships will be able to conduct online or remote sales, deliver vehicles directly to their customers and allow customers to pick them up. Dealership service departments can continue to operate during this time.
Are Maple Shade Mazda & Turnersville Mazda Open?
In compliance with the Governor’s orders, our Showrooms are temporarily closed as of March 22, 2020. You may continue to shop from home on our website. If you have any questions, we will be happy to help. Call us at 856-875-0200 and ask to speak to a sales manager.
During this time our Service & Parts departments will remain OPEN, but they will be operating under a modified schedule Monday through Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Our Response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
Our dealerships will continue to take all the necessary precautions to ensure the health and well-being of our customers. We have increased the frequency of surface cleaning and disinfecting throughout the dealership, paying special attention to high-touch surfaces.
Throughout the dealerships, we have soap, alcohol-based sanitizers and sanitary wipes readily available for our clients. Our staff has been trained to comply with proper ‘Social Distancing’ etiquette. No handshake necessary! We will continue to look to the CDC and local health experts for guidance during this time of heightened concern.