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DT Dobie's offer to motorists during Easter holidays

By Standard Reporter | Mar 17th 2016 | 1 min read
By Standard Reporter | March 17th 2016

To help motorists enjoy safe travel in reliable vehicles during the Easter holiday, DT Dobie is offering a free service check covering 27 points for Volkswagen, Mercedes, Jeep, Nissan and Great Wall owners.

This offer dubbed "Panga Safari" is being held in parallel with a grand clearance sale for thousands of spare parts at bargain prices. Commenting on the free check-up offer and the spare parts clearance sale, Steve Farrell, the DT Dobie After Sales Director, said, "We hope that this initiative will help our customers to avoid roadside problems during their holiday driving.

The very special prices for the spare parts which are on offer will remain in force until all of them have been purchased." The engine maintenance inspection includes checking the engine running condition, inspecting all the electrical systems, checking the car's suspension, shocks and bushes. Inspecting the steering system and lastly checking for leaks on the major assembly.

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