Ring warns workshops to ‘see the light’

Ring expects an increase in bulb sales
Ring expects an increase in bulb sales

Ring automotive is warning workshops and retailers to gear up for extra bulb sales.

The lighting manufacturer warns that as winter nights draw in, garages could be inundated with customers wanting their car lights checked. Inevitably that could result in a large demand for replacement bulbs.

Ring is also warning motorists to get their headlights checked. It says that inadequate lighting is incredibly dangerous on dark roads. Ring is also pushing for workshops to make checking vehicle lights part of every job during the winter months.

To help technicians trying to get customers to “see the light” (sorry) Ring has also produced two A2 size posters detailing the benefits of upgraded bulbs.

Ring says letting customers know the benefits of better lighting could help garages make better profits this winter.

Both posters are free for all garages, and are available from local factors.

Published by Darrenmoss

CAT magazine's in-house reporter and self-confessed petrol head

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