No Need To Suffer The Winter Blues

Motorists facing the inevitable winter blues have received a ray of sunshine for their efforts to keep their cars safe and moving during the harsh months ahead.

ATS Euromaster is pulling out all the stops to make sure drivers can afford to keep their cars running with an unsurpassable array of end of year offers.

For the first time, ATS Euromaster - which boasts 530 service centres the length and breadth of Britain - is staging a "Buy One Get One Free" promotion while stocks last until 3 December 2005 on selected tyres.

And if drivers prefer the leading branded tyres including Michelin, Continental, Kleber and BF Goodrich they can claim up to 25% off four car and 4x4 tyres. This additional offer is valid until 31 December 2005.

David Hall, Group Marketing Director for ATS Euromaster, said: "With the festive season around the corner, and all the expense that goes with it, for many motorists ensuring their tyres are safe and sound for daily use falls way down the order of priorities.

"We acknowledge that tyre purchases, especially at this time of year, can be a daunting prospect financially and we have addressed it with these great offers."

ATS Euromaster received further acclaim in its quest to ensure driver safety last month when it launched arguably the grandest car giveaway prize of the year - a Porsche Cayenne - to motorists who call into their local service centre and ask for ATS Euromaster’s free 10-point vehicle check.

ATS Euromaster’s free 10-point check includes:

  • Engine Oil Level
  • Tyre Tread Depth Check
  • Tyre Condition
  • Tyre Pressure
  • Primary Brake Inspection
  • Battery
  • Exhaust
  • Shock Absorbers
  • Lights
  • Windscreen Wipers and Screenwash Level
6 November 2005 Staff
 
 

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