Claim your free workshop essential pack

Schaeffler distributes 2000 packs to help garages get ‘back on track’ as lockdown measures ease

Claim your free workshop essential pack

With more garages now reopening following a period of temporary closure, Schaeffler is giving away 2,000 ‘workshop essential’ packs.

A Schaeffler spokesperson said: “Getting garages back open, and vehicle technicians working again, is crucial to helping the country get back on its feet, as there will be a backlog of MOT, servicing and urgent repairs to catch up on.

“However, all this work must be done safely and professionally.”

To help garages get back on track, and make vehicle owners feel safe when they visit, Schaeffler’s ‘essentials pack’ is designed to help workshops get up and running again.

Garages can claim their free pack by filling out their details in Schaeffler’s online form.

Schaeffler essentials pack contents

  • Floor sticker and tape to promote social distancing rules.
  • Washable mask
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Hi-vis vest
  • A2 posters
  • Mirror hanging guideline air fresheners

Schaeffler suggests workshops could promote free visual safety checks with any repair, using every available channel to reach current and potential customers.

The spokesperson added: “Emails, text and social media are sure-fire ways to maximise reach while lots of people are still at home.

“Alternatively, placing an old fashioned ad in the local paper saying that your workshop is safe and open for work again can only help.

“It is also a good time to advertise health-related added value servicing – such as fitting HEPA cabin filters and disinfecting air-conditioning systems.

“Off the back of the free visual check, garages can also offer ‘enhanced’ safety checks for a small charge – including fluid top-ups, a battery condition check, plus a visual check of all drive belts and the steering and suspension system.”

COVID-19 guidelines

Garages should minimise contact with customers and suppliers, use new disposable gloves, seat covers and mats for every job and wipe down all contact points throughout the day.

Access to each vehicle should ideally be reduced tojust one technician and all in-vehicle climate control systems should be switched off.

A no-contact drop-off and collection system should be adopted for high risk customers.

All these actions will help customers see the care and attention workshops are taking in providing the best safe and professional service possible.

For further information and to claim your free pack, select ‘more details’ below.

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    Meghji patel
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    Thank you

    #195788 Reply
    Stuart Petty
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    Please send thanks

    #195789 Reply
    brian ashcroft
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    please send; we are a college that has closed and are looking for any advice to pass onto our bosses ‘ re-opening safely ? thank you

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    Aleksej
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    anna-marie vincent
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    MVS Blandford Ltd
    Unit 2C Sunrise Business Park
    Blandford Forum
    Dorset
    DT11 8ST

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    sue
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    Yes please.
    Wolds View Garage, George Street, Pocklington YO422DG

    #196965 Reply
    SID
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    hi can you send a workshop pack please to DIAGNOSE-A-CAR
    unit 14 Jackson street Leicester LE4 5JG
    please i did request one but have not got yet

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