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Toyota announce support for Disabled Drivers Association

This marks a continued partnership for a fourth year.

As part of their on-going commitment to the Irish mobility market, Toyota have presented the Disabled Drivers Association with a brand new Toyota Yaris  Multi Drive courtesy vehicle.

Cathal Ryan, Fleet Sales Manager, Toyota Ireland said:

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the Disabled Drivers Association for a fourth year, and to support the excellent work they do. Our mobility customers are hugely important to us in Toyota Ireland, and I would like to thank each individual customer for their phenomenal support so far in 2015."

Ken Fox, CEO, Disabled Drivers Association of Ireland, commented:

“We are very happy with Toyota’s continuing involvement with the Disabled Drivers Association. This is the fourth year of our partnership and they have shown a real understanding regarding the importance of the service which we provide, and it’s clear they appreciate the support of our members.”

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