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Caltex makes Lenten travel rewarding

Holy Week is just around the bend and drivers are preparing their cars for a long ride on possibly congested and sun scorched roads. But with Caltex Ka-Road Trip, motorists can expect assistance along key highways in the country from Holy Wednesday (March 28) to Easter Sunday (April 1). Groups of friends and families have exciting surprises waiting for them such as free product samples   and   goodies after fueling up at Caltex SLEX Northbound and SLEX Southbound. 

Motorists can also try their luck in the Liter Lottery promo that will be happening at specific timesduring the long weekend to get P10/liter fuel discount.  Caltex,  marketed  by  Chevron Philippines  Inc.   (CPI),  will  ensure   that  drivers   have  safe  andworry-free   journeys   with   free   vehicle   check-ups.   On-duty   mechanics   will   be   ready   to   aid automotive concerns during travels. Free emergency assistance will also be on-standby.

Toyota vehicle owners will also receive added care and assistance on selected Caltex stationsin Ilocos Sur, Quezon, Cebu and Davao.

The Caltex Ka-Roadtrip motorist assistance program has been going on for several years nowproviding help to motorists in-need of assistance during major holidays in the country like theLenten and Undas seasons. Families can rest easy when they fuel up with Caltex to enjoy the cleaning power of Techronthat maximizes power to lighten your car’s load. With Caltex, travelers can focus on what reallymatters which are the people in the car and the memories brought by the journey. Motorists can find the nearest Caltex station using the Caltex Locator app, available on bothGoogle Play and App Store. Find out more about Caltex at http://caltex.com/ph. The Caltex Liter Lottery promo for  the  Holy  Week  will   run  from   March  28 – April  1 at the certain stations and time. 

Topics: Holy Week , Caltex Ka-Road Trip , motorists , Caltex SLEX Northbound , SLEX Southbound , Chevron Philippines Inc.
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