TPS turn up the heat on winter motoring costs with sensational seasonal offers

Sponsored article by: TPS

TPS, the parts business of the Volkswagen Group, is offering garages and their customers the opportunity to get winter-ready with turbocharged offers throughout November. 

As the temperatures drop and the icy grip of winter begins to take hold, TPS is putting a price freeze on seasonal car maintenance costs this month with a series of discount deals designed to keep motorists moving during the colder months.  

For a fantastic starter deal guaranteed to fire up the interest of independent garages and their customers, TPS is offering up to 20% off spark plugs throughout November.

In addition, TPS is offering further sensational seasonal savings with up to 40% off bulbs and screenwash products in its Quantum Consumables range, 

There is also up to 20% off Genuine and Fourplus Filters, providing another opportunity to clean up with TPS offers this month.  

The winter essentials discount is part of a broader TPS initiative to increase the length of offers. Price reductions are now available throughout the month, rather than for limited days or a one-week period, giving garages and their customers facing tough times in the current climate the opportunity to enjoy discounted prices for a lot longer.

Catherine Baker, TPS Head of Group Parts Operations, said: “At TPS, we’re constantly striving to offer the best Volkswagen Group Approved Genuine Parts, products and service, while always going the extra mile for customers in our network.

“By providing expertise and product knowledge to advise on discounted winter essentials right now, we are supporting garages to help their customers prepare for the worst the weather may bring in the coming months. 

“Every motorist knows the key to keeping their vehicle moving in the winter is to be well prepared. This latest round of offers will enable garages and their customers to safely prepare vehicles for winter, at a cost-effective price for these challenging economic times.” 

As well as offers, TPS are also boosting its service provision with the roll out of a new route planning and delivery service, ‘OnRoute’, across the network. 

TPS OnRoute allows for more efficient planning of routes, which means quicker deliveries for customers, an energy efficient reduction in mileage and a proof of delivery mechanism that provides customers with the reassurance that their parts have been delivered to them.  

As part of future plans to enhance the system, customers will also be kept informed of when they can expect their order and will be able to track their deliveries online.

To find out more about TPS’ winter essentials offers throughout November, visit: tps.trade/promotions

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