Hurricane Irma victims needing to replace their damaged vehicle can find incentives at Headquarter Toyota

Headquarter Toyota offering hurricane relief incentive in Hialeah, Miami

HIALEAH, Fla., Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hurricane Irma brought a substantial amount of damage to Florida residents – many of whom lost their vehicle during the storm. To help Florida drivers affected by Hurricane Irma replace their damaged or lost vehicle, Headquarter Toyota is offering a special hurricane relief incentive

Toyota Motor Corporation is offering Hurricane Irma victims a $1,000 Storm Support Program Certificate. Headquarter Toyota is matching the certificate, so drivers can save up to $2,000

In order to be eligible for the hurricane relief incentive, drivers need to present a copy of their insurance claim form or official verifiable documentation from their insurance provider. The document must prove that their vehicle was damaged or totaled due to the storm between the dates of Sept. 6 and Sept. 12. The original vehicle does not need to be made by Toyota. 

Eligible vehicles for the incentive are new and untitled Toyota models from the 2017 and 2018 years. 

The hurricane relief incentive is available at Headquarter Toyota from now until October 31, 2017. The vehicle must be sold, reported, and contracted during this time. 

To further help customers and Florida residents affected by the hurricane, Headquarter Toyota is offering locals towing, free Wi-Fi and a list of phone numbers for popular insurance companies. Many of Headquarter Toyota's team members are able to communicate in Spanish in order to accommodate Miami's Spanish-speaking communities. 

Florida residents in need of assistance after the hurricane are welcome to visit Headquarter Toyota, which is located at 5895 N.W. 167th Street in Hialeah. The dealership can also be contacted through its website ( or by phone at 800-549-0947. 

Media Contact: Cindy Rosado, Headquarter Toyota, 800-549-0947,

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