Saab drivers bracing themselves for the unsettled weather that comes with the colder months are being given a helping hand.
The manufacturer is offering all of its customers the opportunity to have a winter check and top up at any of Saab’s 87 Authorising Service Centres until March 31st 2013.
Officials at Saab said that the move is designed to ensure that every one of its drivers are fully prepared for the potential hazards that come with being on the road during the wintry months.
David Leighton, business development manager at Saab Parts UK, said: “Following the success of the Saab Service Club to date, we wanted to ensure our owners are prepared before winter arrives and equip them with a free winter care pack as a thank you for their loyalty.”
Both the Freight Transport Association and the Institute of Advanced Motorists have offered their advice ahead of the winter season and have urged caution, as parts of the UK’s road network could become treacherous.
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