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Across North America, each day is looking better for the safety of our customers, our employees and our community.

Beginning the week of May 11, Toyota gradually began resuming its North American manufacturing operations in compliance with federal health and safety guidelines, and local and state ordinances where our facilities are located.

The health and safety of our employees and stakeholders remain a top priority, and we have implemented new protocols at all of our North American manufacturing plants to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. We will continue to follow all safety guidelines and monitor vehicle demand as we carefully ramp up production.

Doing our part.

Toyota has donated thousands of gloves, cotton swabs, safety glasses, and other supplies from our manufacturing and parts distribution centers across the U.S. to help protect those on the front lines.


Because of the urgent need for additional safety equipment for first responders and healthcare workers, Toyota's TILT Lab is partnering closely with our R&D, Engineering and Toyota AI Ventures teams to stamp, print and assemble face shields and visors as quickly as possible.


Amid growing demand for emergency relief as a result of COVID-19, the Toyota USA Foundation awarded $2.5 million in grants to a variety of nonprofits across the nation. Funds address crucial needs - particularly food assistance - in urban hot spots and in many communities where Toyota operates, as well as e-learning programs to help keep youth engaged.


Toyota is also collaborating with its nonprofit partners in the LGBTQ+ community to better serve client and patient healthcare needs during the pandemic.


We will continue to look into ways we can devote resources and aid to those who need it most. For up-to-date news from Toyota on how we are dedicated to helping our community move forward, click below to visit our Toyota Newsroom.

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We'll defer your first payment.

Up to 90-Day Deferment on New and Certified Used Vehicles


Eligible customers may choose to defer their first payment on all new and Certified Used Toyota financing for up to 90 days.


For added peace of mind, every new Toyota comes with ToyotaCare. This no-cost maintenance plan covers normal factory scheduled service for 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first, plus 24-hour Roadside Assistance for 2 years with no mileage limit.


*Interest is not waived and will continue to accrue during the deferral period. This offer may not be valid in all areas, please check offer details to confirm your eligibility.

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We're open for service and more.

If you need to replace your vehicle, you can shop and buy online through participating dealers right from the comfort of your home.


If your current vehicle needs service, Toyota dealerships and Service Centers remain open wherever possible, and may even offer no-contact vehicle drop-off.


Please check with your local dealership for specific hours and availability.

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We're here to support you.

Need help with your vehicle or just have a question? While we are currently experiencing higher call volume, our Customer Service team remains available to assist you.


You can also check for answers to Frequently Asked Questions at your convenience.


Phone: 800-331-4331
Mon. - Fri. 7am – 7pm CT
Sat. 7am – 4:30pm CT

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We're here for your business.

Now more than ever, you can depend on Toyota Financial Services to help support your business. We currently offer Business Solutions Finance Plans to make financing your vehicles easier — so you can get back to business faster.


For more information on our programs and benefits, contact your local dealer.

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Stay safe. Stay informed.

For our concerned customers and employees, we understand that there is a great deal of information out there on the current COVID-19 crisis.


We are sharing these resources to help everyone in our community stay informed with up-to-date information and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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World Health Organization (WHO)

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Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)

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