Petron ‘Lakbay Alalay’

posted November 01, 2018 at 06:15 pm
by  Manila Standard
As in the past three decades, Petron will once again help ensure that motorists traveling to their hometowns will have “the best biyahe” through Petron Lakbay Alalay during the Undas weekend.

With designated Petron stations on major highways, motorists can experience a variety of services that will make their journeys safer and more enjoyable. Petron employee volunteers will offer a BLOWBAG Safety Check covering Battery, Lights, Oil, Water, Brakes, Air (tire pressure), and Gas. Petron assures motorists of free parking and traffic assistance available for a smooth and hassle-free stop.

Motorists can also be a road safety advocate by joining the stickering campaign. to appreciate the importance of using seatbelts and the dangers of drunk driving, they can also try out the seatbelt simulator and fatal vision goggles. 

Safety checks by automobile partners, free medical assistance, and a 15-minute massage can also be availed for free at Lakbay Alalay tents located at the parking lot of the Petron stations. Food and lifestyle partners also offer product sampling and other fun activities. Underscoring Petron’s commitment to total customer service, clean and accessible restrooms will also be ready for customers at all times.

Assisting homebound motorists on Sunday, November 4, the Petron Lakbay Alalay teams will be at the following stations from 12NN to 8PM:

North Luzon: PEC 2 NLEX, Bocaue, Bulacan and TPLEX Km 134 Southbound, Pura, Tarlac. South Luzon: Star Toll, Lipa City, Batangas and MATES, SLEX Km 44, Silangan, Cavite.

Topics: Petron , Petron Lakbay Alalay , Undas , BLOWBAG Safety Check
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