Supplier news: Moove’s Mobil range gets AA Approval

Prestige Fleet Servicing has announced a deal with Moove Lubricants to supply of Mobil products to its AA Approved Garage network of independent service centres.

The AA has owned Prestige since 2019, and the partnership will see garages within the network gain savings on the premium brand lubricant range.

Anthony Garbacz and Jack Padgett

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Anthony Garbacz, network director, AA Approved Garages said:  “Lubricants are a significant investment for garages – indeed, for some, they represent a six-figure annual spend – and we want to give something back to all those in our network. We appreciate this is a year many garages will struggle with rising fuel bills, and we are delighted to share this saving – especially on such a high quality, premium brand.”

Jack Padgett, Moove UK Automotive Manager, says “We are delighted to announce the partnership between AA Approved Garages and Mobil branded lubricants. The alignment of two industry leading brands represents a market leading value proposition for the AA network and its customers alike.”

Over 600 garages are now part of the AA Approved Garage network, covering 96% of UK postcodes while Prestige Fleet Servicing serves over 60% of the fleet sector.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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