PTT offers free assistance to travellers this Holy Week

Motorists heading north or south of Luzon for the Holy Week break will be treated to a road assistance at select PTT service stations in view of the anticipated influx of travelers going on a holiday.

Beginning last Monday, PTT opened its assistance booth in 10 of its gasoline stations along major highways in Luzon particularly in the provinces of Bulacan, Pampanga and Tarlac in Central Luzon (Region 3), and Rizal, Cavite, and Quezon in Calabarzon (Region 4-A).

“This is an annual activity that we provide for free to motorists who need road assistance as our way of promoting safe, smooth and fun travel,” PTT President and Chief Executive Officer Sukanya Seriyothin said. “We’re opening for road assistance 10 of our stations, including our premier stations that are located mostly along major thoroughfares.”

The Thai oil company has particularly put up its Travelers’ Assistance Booth at PTT SCTEX in Concepcion, Tarlac; PTT San Ildefonso in Bulacan, PTT San Fernando 3 in Pampanga, PTT Tarlac South, PTT Taytay in Rizal, PTT Lucban, PTT Lucena, PTT San Pablo 3, and PTT Calumpang, all in Quezon Province, and PTT Dasmarinas in Cavite. 

The assistance booth in these stations have standby mechanic on-duty that will provide free vehicle check-ups and assistance on engine troubles like overheating, brakes and steering.

“When you feel that there is something wrong with your vehicle and you are near in these areas, you may simply go to our assistance booth and have your vehicles checked by our mechanic on-duty,” Seriyothin said.

Apart from the free motorist assistance, most of the PTT stations participating in the activity have facilities that travelers may also visit like the Café Amazon, the Restroom 20, convenience store, and restaurants.

Assistance booth in the participating PTT stations are available until Easter Sunday, April 16.



Topics: PTT , North Luzon , South Luzon , travel , Pampanga , Holy Week
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