Our lubricants, including GTX, Magnatec and Edge, are the widely preferred choice in the motoring business – as an increasing number of firms like the Motor Gym have found out.
(PRWeb UK) November 24, 2010
Castrol lubricants, which are distributed in Northern Ireland by home heating oil specialists, Emo, are offering a helping hand to DIY motorists.
The place to go is the Motor Gym at 18a Balloo Road in Bangor. It is the only self-service garage facility here where people can work on their cars or motorbikes... and save a lot of money on what main dealers and garages charge.
The centre opened just a few months ago but is already a big attraction for DIY enthusiasts.
An equally big attraction is the Castrol products stocked at the Motor Gym.
Gary Kerr, Castrol lubricants sales manager, says: “Our lubricants, including GTX, Magnatec and Edge, are the widely preferred choice in the motoring business – as an increasing number of firms like the Motor Gym have found out.
“The centre has tapped into a gap in the market in Northern Ireland. I’ve no doubt that the association with Castrol, and quality products that are known worldwide, will be an asset as the company continues to grow.”
The Motor Gym caters for people across the spectrum: from absolute beginners who want to learn about the workings of their vehicles, to the motorist with a wide knowledge.
Tasks that can be carried out can range from an oil change to clutch changes and solving complicated mechanical problems.
There are ten bays, including some for motorbikes, and cars that have been worked on include modern, classic, modified, kit and competition vehicles.
Bays are hired by the hour and customers can hire tools at the centre, or bring their own.
For all customers, a helping hand is available from Chris Clugston, an experienced mechanical engineer, who . joined fellow local businessmen Tim Kerr and Peter Rowan to set up the Motor Gym.