Toyota mooves communities 

Ebbett Toyota’s Community Moover – Photo: Supplied 

Benjamin Wilson 

Ebbett Toyota is launching their Community Moover, a free to use Toyota HiAce, for community groups and charities.

“We want to have our Ebbett Toyota dealerships enabling them to do great things” said Ebbett Toyota Marketing Manager, Anna Hall.

The Moover will be available in the wider Te Awamutu and Morrinsville areas, including Cambridge, after Waipā moves to alert level two.

The Moover has seating for 10 people and can be used for up to two days. Ebbett Toyota lists schools, sports groups, charities, and churches as examples of groups who may want to use the service.

The service can be requested by filling out a form online. Any group or organisation can request the service, provided they’re not for profit in nature. The Moover is not available for personal use.

The Te Awamutu Community Moover can be picked up from Ebbett Toyota’s Waipā dealership in Te Awamutu.
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