Nathan Bomey, USA TODAY Published 3:31 p.m. ET March 16, 2020 CLOSE It’s vital to clean surfaces you touch every day amid the coronavirus outbreak. Here are mistakes to avoid. USA TODAYAutomakers are beginning to roll out incentive programs designed to reassure customers that they can buy a new car without having to worry about losing their ability to pay for it during the coronavirus pandemic.Hyundai said it is reviving its Hyundai Assurance Job Loss Protection Program to give owners “peace of mind in uncertain times,” as the COVID-19 outbreak leads to concerns that Americans will stop buying new cars and trucks.The program was first launched during the Great Recession, when it helped Hyundai gain market share on its competitors despite the automotive industry’s sales crisis during that period.Hyundai said the program will provide up to six months of car payments to new buyers if they lose their jobs involuntarily. It will also provide 90 days of payment deferral on new purchases of vehicles like the Hyundai Palisade SUV and the Elantra sedan.Coronavirus implications: What zero rates, sub-1% bond yields mean for your mortgages, student loans, credit cardsStore hours changing: Walmart cuts hours at 24-hour stores and other locations nationwideFord


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