ATS Euromaster’s free Digital Vehicle Health Check proves hit with drivers
ATS Euromaster’s has reported a huge rise in uptake for its free Digital Vehicle Health Checks, which provide key vehicle ‘physical health’ info for customers.
The Digital Vehicle Health Check (DVHC) was launched by ATS Euromaster in 2019 during the move to recording vehicle condition details on tablets.
Since then, its centres have completed more than half a million checks across its retail and B2B customer base.
The checks are provided to all customers, whether the visit is for a replacement tyre or a vehicle service, and provide detailed, clear documentation on areas including tyre condition and wheel alignment, brake condition, oil readings and the condition of other parts of the vehicle, including wipers and batteries.
Mark Holland, director of operations at ATS Euromaster, said: “The free, comprehensive Digital Vehicle Health Check equips customers with all the information and details they need to help them ensure their vehicle is maintained to a high standard. When it comes to vehicle maintenance, transparency is key.
“There is no obligation for the customer to action any of the findings with us but we believe this service adds value to our business proposition as a trusted and transparent operation. It also demonstrates the expertise of ATS Euromaster not only in tyre repair and tyre-fitting but vehicle servicing and maintenance, too.”