Video: GW reveals why EDT is proving popular among independents

Generating £2.5m in additional aftersales turnover for partner garages, GW’s Mike Ruff reviews the treatment

Video: GW reveals why EDT is proving popular among independents
EDT managing director, David Holmes (left) with garage owner Dave Garlick.

EDT Automotive has been described as somewhat of a revolutionary concept among some independent garages and has been said to prompt an emotional response from vehicle owners.

I’m one such owner and join more than 22,000 others who had their vehicle treated.

EDT managing director, David Holmes recently offered to demonstrate an ‘engine deep clean’ on my car – a not-so-trusty 1.9CDTi Vauxhall Signum.

With my car starting to suffer from slightly sluggish power, I was quick to take up the offer and a demonstration was arranged to take place at Hollier and Sons in Birmingham, which has recently registered as a new EDT partner.

Garage owner, Dave Garlick told me: “It’s a way of cleaning an engine that provides benefits both for the customer and us as a garage.

“We’re always looking for ways to provide a better service to our customers and EDT will help us to build that customer relationship.

“We’re not just putting clean oil into a dirty engine but we’re actually helping them to maintain and keep their engine in the best possible condition.”

This article first featured in Garage Wire Views, click here to read the review in full or contact EDT Automotive to find out how you can become an EDT partner – click ‘more details’ below.

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