Vauxhall Offers Summer Safety Check With Free Travel Pack

Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer
Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer

Before setting off for your next motoring adventure, it surely makes sense to ensure that your car or MPV is in perfect condition for a safe and trouble-free holiday or trip.

A Summer Safety Check and Top Up service is now available from participating Vauxhall MasterFit retailers to give you total peace of mind, and great value, at just £35.

What you get is a comprehensive visual inspection by trained Vauxhall MasterFit technicians of all safety critical parts. Lights, wipers, seat belts, mirrors, hoses, brakes, transmission, steering, drive shafts, exhaust, battery, wheels and tyres are all covered.

They will also check for any unwelcome engine noise, smoke or oil leaks. Once the inspection is completed, vital fluids such as coolant, engine oil, brake fluid and screenwash will be checked and topped up to prevent overheating and leave nothing to chance in the coming summer months.

You do not have to make an appointment. Simply drive in and have your vehicle inspected while you wait. And Vauxhall MasterFit's policy of transparent pricing and invoicing ensures that any rectification work identified during the Summer Safety Check will be agreed with you before it is started.

Customers taking advantage of this offer, which runs from spring until the end of summer, will also receive a free travel pack containing first aid kit, high visibility jacket and warning triangle worth £24.99.

Published : 02/04/09 Author : Staff

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