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PDP Chieftain Lauds Automatic Fit Quick Service Centres

…Tells Motorists to Obey Traffic regulations
By: MATILDA FRANCES
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Chairman Ekiti State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Kolawole Idowu Faleye, has given mark of excellence to standard of service offered by Automatic Fits and Energy Company, Nigeria’s leading automobile quick servicing centres located at Total Filling Stations across the country.

The PDP Chieftain gave the commendation at Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State capital, while fielding questions from Motoring World correspondent on Saturday.

According to him, technical staffs of the quick auto servicing company are professional in their dealing with customers, hence his resolve to stick to the company for quick servicing and maintenance needs of his vehicles.

“They are super,” he said. “They are reliable and dependable. If they do alignment for you two or three times and they are not satisfied they will find out what else is wrong with your vehicle and get you to rectify it before bringing the vehicle back. Meanwhile, they won’t demand for money. They’ve done it for me twice. Although I’ve been with them for barely a year, I stick to them ever since, because I discovered they are reliable and dependable. And whatever they do, believe me, they do it thoroughly.”

Automatic Fit Engineer attending to Chief Faleye's SUV at the Total Service Centre, Fajuyi Roundabout, Ado-Ekiti, on Saturday, December 26th 2015
Automatic Fit Engineer attending to Chief Faleye’s SUV at the Total Service Centre, Fajuyi Roundabout, Ado-Ekiti, on Saturday, December 26th 2015

Chief Faleye recalled that he once took his Toyota ForeRunner to the Servicing Centre, and after repeated alignment correction, it was discovered that the car’s lower arm was having problem. Rather than collect money for the job they had done, according to him, he was requested to first rectify the lower arm problem and bring the car back to confirm that the lower arm was in order, which he did.

“To my surprise, they did not demand payment for the service rendered until I took the vehicle back and it was certified to be alright,” he pointed out.

The PDP Chieftain, therefore, advised motorists to take their vehicles to professionals and also obey all safety regulations to ensure accidents are reduced on Nigerian roads.

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