Apart from car launches, car displays, and exclusive deals, the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines, Inc. (CAMPI) also opened the after-sales pavilion inside the halls of the 2018 Philippine International Motor Show (PIMS).
As we all know, purchasing a new vehicle is not only about driving it, but also maintaining and taking care of it. Yes, being a car owner is a responsibility. That’s why, CAMPI stepped forward and willingly shared it knowledge to the attendees of the event about the technicalities and know-hows to secure driver’s safety and efficiency.
With almost 300 sqm., the pavilion featured eight well-known brands in the country such as BAIC, Daewoo, Foton, Isuzu, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Suzuki, and Toyota. These carmakers took part in lending technical experts to demonstrate the proper vehicle care and upkeep to the car owners and soon-to-be’s. Experts also conducted an inspection setup, showing the performance of the vehicle’s above carriage and undercarriage systems, as well as the car’s machine. For extra precautionary measures, car owners were assisted by the government-supported Motor Vehicle Inspection System while doing the checkup.
The Department of Transportation Undersecretary for Road Transport and Infrastructure spearheaded the program to show the current administration’s strong support to CAMPI’s commitment to consumers’ welfare and vehicle modernization.
The 7th PIMS is successfully closing its doors today, and is leaving with high hopes and positive insights in the automotive industry, as the participating brands unveiled new and exciting vehicles that represent the future of mobility.
The 2018 PIMS is open until 9:00pm today, October 28. So, if you’re still contemplating on how to wrap up your weekend, make up your mind and head on to World Trade Center, Pasay City.
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