Auto shop adapts to covid
April 9, 2020
People will need their vehicles even during a statewide order to stay home, and Moore Auto in Cathlamet has remained open to make sure people can still get to work, or to the store, or maybe even for a quiet drive in the country, if only for a change of scenery.
“We’re still staying busy,” Joel Moore said on Tuesday.
They are booked out for the next week, but Moore admitted that “door swings,” or visits into the automotive parts store, were down.
Technicians have been disinfecting cars as they work on them and when they are done. One customer didn’t want anyone in her vehicle, so they allowed her to drive her car into the bay.
“We’re doing whatever we’ve got to do to adapt,” Moore said.
At this time, they are even willing to come get your car if you need.