MOORE, Okla. (AP) - Ford Motor Co. said customers affected by last week's tornadoes in Oklahoma will have the option to delay some payments on their car and truck loans.
The Michigan-based auto company says its disaster relief program allows qualified customers to delay one or two monthly payments on their vehicle loans. Ford says those who are eligible for the program will be sent postcards with contact information.
The offer is available to customers who are leasing or bought vehicles with financing from Ford Credit, Lincoln Automotive Financial Services, Jaguar Credit, Land Rover Capital, Mazda American Credit, PRIMUS or Volvo Car Finance.
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