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Automatic Fits and Energy Offers Free Service to Motorists

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]utomatic Fits and Energy, Nigeria’s leading quick automobile servicing outfit located at Total filling stations across the country, has commenced offer of free service to motorists.

The promotion offer, which, at the moment, is limited to selected designated centres in Lagos State, entitles motorists to have free wheel alignment/balancing and bio wash, and it is valid for only one vehicle. The promotion commenced on the 7th September and will end September 12th, 2015.

Participating Total filling station outlets include: Shoprite Victoria Island (Lekki 1); Salem Bus Stop, Lekki-Ajah Expressway Lagos (Lekki 2); Alapere 11,Lagos Ibadan Expressway, before Estate bus stop, Lagos and Mobolaji Bank Anthony way, Onigbagbo, Ikeja ,Lagos.

slide3slide2According to the company’s General Manager, Mrs Lola Ayansola, the promotion offer is meant to give motorists in the designated areas opportunity to experience quality services and products offered at the Automatic Fits and Energy Service Centres across the country.

“During the free promotion trial service period,” she explained, “visiting motorists will also receive free expert advice on how to maximize lifespan of their vehicles and tyres.”

Customers are expected to fill coupon to indicate free  service of their choice. Others services offered by Automatic Fits are: tyre changing, oil/filter change, air condition services, car tracker installation and rewire services.

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