Continental Tyre Launches CNY Road Safety CampaignAuto News
Continental Tyre PJ Malaysia, in partnership with Shell Malaysia Trading, officially kicked off their Chinese New Year Road Safety Campaign 2016 today. Held at selected Shell service stations nationwide from 9th January till 31st January, the safety campaign is aimed at educating the general motorist on cultivating tyre safety habits and prioritise vehicle maintenance to ensure a safe trip during the Chinese New Year break.
To create this awareness, Continental will be conducting tyre safety and car engine oil checks at 15 participating Shell stations. The campaign will be conducted from 10am to 8pm at each participating Shell station on the following dates:
Shell Taman Daya
Jalan Daya 1, 81100 JB
Shell Jalan Pegawai AS
Jalan Pegawai, 5050 Alor Setar
Shell Jalan Hiliran KT
Jalan Hiliran, Pulau Kambing, 20700 KT
Shell Bandar Utama
Persiaran Bandar Utama, 47400 PJ
Shell Shah Alam Sec 17
Jalan 17/24 Section 17, 40000 Shah Alam
Shell Jalan Jelutong
Jelutong Road, 11600 Georgetown
Shell Jalan Kuala Kangsar
Jalan Kuala Kangsar, 30100 Ipoh
Shell Jalan Kuhara Tawau
Kuhara Road, 91000 Tawau
Shell Jalan Bulatan Miri
Jalan Bulatan, 98000 Miri
Shell Bandar Ayer Keroh
Mukim Bukit Katil, 75450 Melaka
Shell Jln Gambut Kuantan
Jalan Gambut, 25300 Kuantan
Pekan Telipok, 88450 Kota Kinabalu
Shell Jln Tun Jugah Kuching 1
Jalan Tun Jugah, 93350 Kuching
Customers who participate in Continental’s CNY Road Safety Campaign will receive a booklet from Continental, which details tyre maintenance tips and Continental premiums, as well as a RM30 voucher for a purchase of Continental tyres.
Shell on the other hand will also be giving out promotion vouchers, in which each customer will be entitled to one free petrol cash voucher with the purchase of any Shell Helix or Shell Advance product (Helix Ultra, HX7, HX5, Advance Ultra, AX7 and AX5).
In addition to that, 100 new SIRIM approved helmets will be given away for free to replace any uncertified helmets at each location. These free helmets are courtesy of the Malaysian Road Safety Department (JKJR).