Tata Motors has announced its nationwide Monsoon Check-up initiative and the Monsoon Check-Up Camp will commence on 15th July and will run for 11 days to finish on 25th July. Alongside the free check-up, the company will provide various other schemes and offer through its dealership network.
Tata customers under this initiative can avail discounts on Roadside assistance, spare parts, labour and oil change. Customers can avail a discount of 10% on roadside assistance during the monsoon campaign and for an oil change and top-up private owner get a discount of 10% while fleet owners get a 15% discount. Along with the special discounts select dealerships across the country will also be conducting new car displays, loan cum exchange melas and free evaluation of old cars.
To avail the free check-up and to avail offers customers can contact the nearest Tata Motors authorised workshop. The nearest workshop can be located via the Tata Motors Service Connect app or through their website.
The Tata Motors Passenger vehicle product portfolio includes:-
- Bolt Safari Storme
- GenX Nano
- Sumo Gold
Driving in the monsoon can sometimes be challenging and we at Shifting-Gears.com suggest the following stratagems to be taken during the season:-
- We urge drivers to be cautious while driving during heavy rains and in waterlogged areas. Drivers are also urged not to try and restart an engine stalled due to water, to further avoid damages or cause an electrical short circuit in the sensitive electronic components.
- Before moving out check on windshield wipers, water spray tanks and any tree debris logged between the wiper blade and the windshield glass surface. if possible use a water repellant solution on the ORVMs available locally.
- if you do have to drive through water, do it at a slow speed and with utmost care. A lot of accidents in the monsoon happen when motorist drive through water at a high rate of speed which causes total loss of control due to aquaplaning.
- The most crucial component is the tyre which keeps the vehicle connected to the road surface. Check tyres and keep them in good condition and at correct inflation pressure.