On Wednesday 23 October, Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex welcomed members of R23 Porsche Club Great Britain to the Centre for a Winter preparation demonstration.
Guests were welcomed to the centre with refreshments and a talk from Aftersales Manager Michael Elliott, about the importance of preparing their Porsche for winter. Guests were then split into groups where a Porsche technician showed them a practical demonstration in the workshop on a volunteer’s vehicle.
The demonstration featured; battery maintenance, tyre pressure, vehicle storage and winter wheels and tyres. Representative from the Parts team were on-hand to answer any questions around winter Tequipment and Porsche Driver’s Selection.
Chris Woolger, Regional Organiser for Porsche Club Great Britain said: “Many thanks to Michael, the technicians [and] the ladies for making this such an informative and relaxed evening for all of the R23 members.”
For more information on events at Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex, or how to care for your Porsche during the winter months, please call 01444242911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to speak to a member of the team.
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