Supplier news: DON braking in at AutoVaux

West Yorkshire-based AutoVaux has done a deal with braking supplier TMD Friction to stock the DON range of braking and accessories.

DON product group

AutoVaux has two 10,000 sq ft locations  with 12 vans delivering locally in Dewsbury, Ossett, Wakefield, as well as a daily run into Leeds. As the name suggests, it was originally a supplier of aftermarket parts for GM vehicles, but in 2018 it made the decision to embrace an all-makes programme.

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Paul Starling, AutoVaux Car Parts owner, said: “DON made perfect sense for us when adding to our braking offering, as it’s tried and tested braking technology ensures our customers receive the quality they have come to expect from us. With an extensive range, it complements our existing brands perfectly. We look forward to further expansion in 2022, as it’s our vision to bring back the culture where motor factors are run to service customers and not shareholders.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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