Infiniti has launched a “family roadside help” program that aims to help people who are grieving after a road accident.
It aims to assist people by offering a cash reward for information that leads to the return of their car.
The program, which has been launched to help families, is aimed at the first five years after the death of someone who is still living.
A person’s death is not officially recorded until the next of kin have been notified.
Infiniti says it will provide a full set of documentation to a person’s family and the driver’s family when the family decides to accept the help.
Family members and friends will be contacted to set up a plan for the family to receive the vehicle.
They can then contact the family by email or phone and ask for assistance.
In the case of a collision involving a motorcycle, the family can also contact the police.
Anyone who has been involved in a crash or has been the subject of a car accident and has not yet been reunited with their vehicle can contact the Infinito Help Centre, which is open seven days a week, from 10am to 5pm (local time).
Infinititi’s service will run until the end of March 2020.