Hyundai to run Navratri Car Care Camp from October 14-22

Hyundai Motor India (HMIL) on Tuesday announced a nine-day Navratri Car Care Camp from 14-22 October with special service offers for its customers.

Some of the offers include mechanical labour discount of 15 per cent on periodic service and running repair for cars more than five years old; mechanical labour discount of five per cent on running repair for cars less than five years old and 20 per cent discount on interior cleaning and exterior beautification, the company said.

Contact-less service

Hyundai service facilities can also be experienced via 360 degree digital and contact-less service. From online service booking, vehicle status update, pick and drop from home/office, to online payment facility, a touch-free service experience is ensured for the customers, wherever they are and whenever they want to, it said.

“Hyundai being a lifetime partner to its customers is committed to continuously introduce service initiatives for best ownership experience. With

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Auto i Care to soon start standalone service centres

Mumbai, Oct 7 (PTI) Local mechanics and garages aggregator Auto i Care on Wednesday said it plans to soon start its standalone service centres and make its services available for bikers in Mumbai and Pune.

The company, which claims to have about 48,000 local garages registered across 998 cities pan-India on its platform, is also looking to start providing roadside assistance services to heavy vehicles, it said in a release.

The roadside assistance market across the globe, as per the city-based start-up, is growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8 per cent and is expected to reach USD 29 billion by 2026.

‘Auto i Care is soon planning to start its standalone service centres. Our services can also be availed for bikers in Mumbai and Pune and very soon will also cater to heavy vehicles,’ the release said.

Auto i Care said it provided end-to-end roadside assistance

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Mopar Offers Tips and Specials for Fall Car Care Month

“With the cold-weather driving season fast approaching, preventative vehicle maintenance is critical,” said Mark Bosanac, Head of Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care, FCA – North America. “With certified Mopar technicians and a vast portfolio of factory-backed parts and services, our dealerships are a one-stop shop for drivers looking for peace of mind before heading into winter.”

Following are reminders and special offers from Mopar:

1. Maintenance during infrequent vehicle use: 
For vehicles used infrequently during this time, customers should refer to vehicle-storage information in their owner’s manual. The following recommended practices will help maintain the health of a vehicle during infrequent use/long-term parking:

  • To help maintain battery life and keep the engine fluids in good operating condition, vehicles should be started at least once a week and idle in Park for 15-20 minutes with all accessories turned off. An even better practice is to drive the
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National Auto Care Warranty Review (2020)

National Auto Care Warranty Overview

There are a lot of different policies available through National Auto Care. Most arrangements come with several perks. These include access to roadside assistance and the ability to deal with any licensed shop. Additionally, by offering trip interruption coverage, drivers can avoid paying for potentially costly delays. Since you must deal with a local provider to access these services, it helps to decide what type of coverage you want beforehand. From there, you can select the most compatible warranty through National Auto Care. The options include:

  • Excess Wear & Tear: A fairly comprehensive form of coverage, this deals with natural degradation to the vehicle. Related concerns include damage to paint, dents, and stained upholstery.
    • Cost: There are two choices for deductibles and coverage extends as high as $5,000.
    • Duration: The standard for warranty policies is an extension beyond the initial warranty of
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Switching to electric cars can save lives, health care costs in New Jersey, report shows

A wholesale conversion to electric cars by 2050 could eliminate nearly 170 premature deaths in New Jersey each year, a new report from the American Lung Association shows.

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“The Road to Clean Air,” released Tuesday, said the Garden State could prevent 10,725 lost workdays, avert more than 2,300 asthma attacks and save more than $1.9 billion in public health benefits annually if gas- and diesel-fueled cars were swapped for electric vehicles.

Kevin Stewart, the association’s director of environmental health, said the conversion represents a powerful and practical opportunity to benefit the planet, the economy and public health.

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“The transportation sector is a leading contributor to air pollution and climate change,” Stewart said. “We have the technology to transition to cleaner cars,

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Illinois Milex Complete Auto Care owner Al Martin named brand’s franchisee of the year

MIDLOTHIAN, Ill. — Moran Family of Brands has named Al Martin, a Milex Complete Auto Care franchisee since 2015, its Milex franchisee of the year in recognition of his business’ “outstanding service” to customers and for providing support for fellow franchisees and the entire system.

Mr. Martin, who started in the Moran corporate office over a quarter century ago, opened a franchised Multistate Transmission store in Napeville, Ill., 25 years ago and co-branded that shop five years ago with Moran’s Milex auto repair franchise.

He also was a Moran franchisee of the year in 2016.

Moran Family of Brands names a top franchisee for each of its brands — AltaMere, Milex, Mr. Transmission, Multistate Transmission and Dr. Nick’s Transmission — every year. Moran franchisees vote for the awards.

“Congratulations to each of our franchisee of the year winners,” Moran President Peter Baldine said.

“They have all owned their respective locations

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Little care for car-free day

While many countries around the globe are planning to celebrate World Car Free Day today by promoting low- and zero-carbon footprint travel, the day looks set to pass with little, if any, attention from the public in most parts of Thailand.

It is particularly quiet in Bangkok this year, where civic groups used to join hands with City Hall to organise colourful events to mark the special day, which is aimed at increasing public awareness of the importance of reducing one’s carbon footprint, even if just for a day. In the past, the activities typically included a bicycle ride through the city’s Old Town quarters, passing through the capital’s historic landmarks.

The MRTA is among the few government agencies observing the event this year. The city’s rapid transit operation is offering commuters with folding bike free trips across its rail network, as other observers from the private sector are encouraging

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UMPS CARE Charities 2020 auction underway

Major League Baseball umpires will offer up close to 130 items including priceless autographed sports memorabilia, rarely available specialty MLB logo caps and experiences during its 12th Annual UMPS CARE Charities Online Auction. The auction, hosted on, begins Thursday at 10 a.m. ET and closes on Thursday, Sept. 17,

Major League Baseball umpires will offer up close to 130 items including priceless autographed sports memorabilia, rarely available specialty MLB logo caps and experiences during its 12th Annual UMPS CARE Charities Online Auction. The auction, hosted on, begins Thursday at 10 a.m. ET and closes on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 10 p.m. EDT. The auction can be found at

The auction features signed baseballs from everyone from Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. to Bob Uecker, who autographed a specially made baseball to commemorate his 50th season in the booth. Celebrity signed baseballs also come from PGA golfer

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