Boston offer to flooded garages

Replacement equipment discounts to stricken workshops

Published:  06 January, 2016

With the recent flooding causing thousands of pounds of damage to a number of garages in the UK, the cost of refitting could be expensive.

For this reason, Boston Garage equipment has announced that it will be responding to the urgent demands for replacement equipment with offers of immediate dispatch plus 10% product discounts up to £3,000.

Ray Calcutt, MD at Boston commented "we saw the same enormous problems in the West Country two years ago and now hundreds of premises are in need of replacement lifts, brake testers, emission equipment, headlamp testers, play-detectors and all ancillary items.  We always hold large stocks and we will make a special effort to prioritise these situations.  All our Northern and Scotland area agents are proactively offering any help needed to get MOT Stations up and running as the floods subside".

Boston state that only insurer's confirmation is needed, and equipment will be despatched and installed, with payment delayed as necessary.  Boston will maintain their offer to give lower MOT bay prices than any written quotation for equivalent products, and will provide additional flood claim discounts on Snap-on-Tools and Karcher equipment.

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