Every month, we shed the spotlight on a Tier 1 Sponsor of the Right 2 Repair campaign. This month, we’re learning more about GUD filters.
Times are tough for the average South African. The impulse to save a few Rand is ever-present, as households buckle under the pressure of rising inflation and fuel costs. Vehicle maintenance is a necessity; however, many drivers may be tempted to skimp on routine maintenance to save costs. Unfortunately, this is false economy, as worn filters can increase fuel consumption or even lead to engine failure, costing much more in the long run.
The good news is that since the Competition Commission Guidelines came into effect, motorists are able to choose where they service their in-warranty vehicles meaning that they can choose a well-priced independent workshop without voiding their warranty.
However, it is important that they choose an accredited workshop that fits OEM quality parts such as GUD filters when completing their service. Filters form a small part of the overall service cost but they play a big role in ensuring that customers receive the best engine protection and fuel economy and giving the workshop peace of mind. Unlike cheap filter manufacturers, GUD backs all of its products with a comprehensive warranty so that workshop owners know they are covered. With an extensive range covering over 93% of the vehicles on SA’s roads, GUD’s oil, fuel, air and cabin filters are manufactured to meet or exceed OE specifications.
Only GUD’s premium filters offer quality that is backed by a comprehensive product warranty, which provides total peace of mind for workshops and motorists alike.
You’re onto a GUD thing with GUD Filters with value-added services such as a national sales team who are able to attend to any queries on the spot, a unique loyalty programme, as well as signage and promotions. A technical help desk is also just a phone call away.
GUD has made identifying the right filters for fitment to the vehicle on your workshop floor even easier with the Filter Finder feature on their website. It’s easy to use on your mobile phone, computer or tablet. Try it now at www.gud.co.za. For workshops who still prefer a printed catalogue, GUD’s new catalogue is hot off the press. Speak to your rep for a copy.