Volkswagen Winter Health Check returns | Car Talk - Car News Nov 2017


12:44 Friday 03 Nov 2017

Volkswagen owners are being offered the chance to prepare for the onslaught of cold weather with a Winter Health Check for £20.

The Volkswagen Winter Health Check has returned participating retailers nationwide after helping thousands of Volkswagen owners through last winter.

Included is a 34-point Express Visual Check to identify any parts that require work or replacement for safety reasons. The information is relayed to the customer via a simple ‘traffic light’ reporting system; green means an item is in full working order, yellow means it is safe and legal but may need maintenance in the future, while red means it could require immediate attention. Amongst the items checked are tyre pressures and tread depths, both of which are vital for safe winter motoring.

The Volkswagen Winter Health Check also includes a wash and vacuum, and a car care kit that comprises anti-freeze, de-icer, rubber care materials and a handy ice scraper.

To book a Volkswagen Winter Health Check please contact your local Volkswagen Retailer.


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