Prestige Auto Family Of Dealerships Virus Prevention

As we continue to monitor developments regarding the Coronavirus, the health and safety of customers, staff, and visitors at Prestige Auto Family Of Dealerships is are our top priority. It is important to note, there are NO known cases of Coronavirus on Prestige Auto dealerships campus' at this time.

However, following Governor DeWine's recommendations, given the proximity of confirmed cases in North East Ohio, and in an abundance of care for everyone who works here or visits our dealerships, we have begun implementing enhanced environmental cleaning throughout our properties, which include:



           Disposable gloves and sanitizing wipes provided for test drive


           Additional cleaning of all frequently touched countertops, handrails, doorknobs, and drinking fountains, throughout the day.


           Use of cleaning agents which have appropriate disinfecting quantities will be used at every touch point


           Adding hand sanitizer stations throughout the Dealership.


         Optional home delivery of vehicle


Note that the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) stated this weekend that the "current risk to the American public is low." As such, we intend to remain open to service our customers and our community. This is a community-wide issue, but each of us can take action to protect not only ourselves, but those we come into contact with as well. We encourage everyone to follow these simple steps that not only help prevent the spread of the flu and the common cold, but also Coronavirus.


  *   Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue (discarded in the trash after use) or elbow when coughing or sneezing.

  *   Avoid contact with sick people and stay home if you are sick.

  *   Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

  *   Wash your hands often with soap and water or use alcohol-based sanitizer when you are unable to wash.


We will remain vigilant and are prepared to make decisions based on current needs, as well as in response to changing conditions. We will base our decisions on sources such as the CDC and our state and local public health authorities. If further action or closure becomes necessary we will notify you immediately.