Multi-award winning engine decontamination specialist EDT Automotive is offering garages an added incentive to join its fast growing network of treatment centres during June.
As more garages continue to reopen and increase their trading hours, EDT Automotive are offering a limited number of ‘free installation’ six month trials on their engine treatment machines.
“We hope and anticipate the garage sector is ready to bounce back in the months ahead,” said EDT founder and managing director David Holmes.
“We want to make it as easy as possible for them to develop an additional profit stream by offering engine treatment to their customers.”
The free installation offer means there is no capital outlay needed at all.
The fully supported EDT engine treatment machines are charged on ‘pay per use’ basis, making them a profitable workshop addition from month one.
“During lockdown cars have been used less often, for generally shorter journeys whilst people have stayed home,” said David.
“This can cause a number of problems including carbon build up.”
Symptoms will include poor running, high fuel consumption or engine warning lights.
An EDT engine treatment has been shown to reduce emissions by up to nearly 70 per cent, create fuel savings of up to 25 per cent whilst boosting power and torque too.
“It may be that the car arrives at the garages with another problem like brakes or battery due to being left idle – or is simply in for an MOT or service – but it can still benefit from an engine clean,” said David.
In the medium term, EDT Automotive believes garages are likely to be busy. Due to social distancing challenges on public transport, car commuting is tipped to increase.
“We’ve also got all the delayed MOTs which are going to bring high volumes of cars into garages within the next six months,” said David.
Garage owners who used to say they were ‘too busy’ to consider offering engine decarbonising are expected to become more receptive to new opportunities too.
Find out more about EDT Automotive’s engine cleaning equipment by calling 01233 712341 or select ‘more details’ below.