Stellantis-owned Eurorepar Car Service has opened four new service centres across Lincolnshire as part of its plans to expand its network across the UK.
The new sites, Elsham Garage Services, NT Shaw Of Louth, Market Rasen Motor Company, and BP Auto Repairs, will now provide all-makes servicing and repair work under the Eurorepar brand.
Chris Jones, Eurorepar Car Service head of network and business development, said: “Growing the Eurorepar Car Service network is undoubtedly a core goal.
“Garages in lesser-connected, more rural counties like Lincolnshire, can be a lifeline for motorists. We must not underestimate their importance.
“Regardless of where in the UK our centres are located, they all share the same commitment – delivering exceptional service to their customers. I look forward to supporting these centres in helping them achieve their goals.”
The openings of rural Lincolnshire’s centres follows the launch of three more Eurorepar Car Service centres in Scotland, including Autovision, located in the UK’s northernmost city – Inverness.
Stellantis launched Eurorepar in the UK to create an all-makes garage network that supplies independent garages with the resources needed for visibility and growth, from marketing advice, to incentivised access to Stellantis Group’s parts distribution brand, Distrigo.
Customers can also access Eurorepar’s service plan offering and its pay-in-four finance programme, Drive Now Pay Later.
Freelance writer for AM, Tom Seymour has been a specialist B2B journalist covering the automotive sector for over 14 years. He started his freelance career in 2015 and currently writes for a variety of automotive, business and technology publications.
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