DON BRAKES IN AT ASAP

ASAP branch

The UK’s newest factor, ASAP, has opted to offer TMD’s price-fighting brand Don on a range of passenger car braking products. 

Best known for CV products, the Don range also covers light vehicles and is copper free. TMD itself describes the range as being designed to ‘appeal to price sensitive drivers’. 

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Derek Wales, MD of ASAP, said: “We already stock TMD Friction’s Mintex brand for those looking for a higher quality brake range. Stocking Don complements this by offering various options to suit different vehicles and customers’ budgets. It is our mission to have a wide-range of aftermarket products to meet all price points within our portfolio, many of which are available for same-day delivery from our own fleet.” 

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ASAP has nine former Andrew Page locations throughout the UK, including Wakefield, York, Sunderland, Scunthorpe, Hove, Gloucester, Liphook, Heathrow and Gatwick, and has a fleet of more than 70 vehicles.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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