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Mahindra and SIAM PUC camps on World Environment Day

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In celebrating World Environment Day, Mahindra has announced free PUC check-up camp for all passenger and Commercial Mahindra vehicles on 5th June 2014. The yearly customer-centric initiative at Mahindra dealerships’ workshops is conducted in association with the Society for Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) and the Society for Automotive Fitness & Environment (SAFE).

SIAM pollution checkMahindra’s PUC camp ensures customers keep their vehicles within emission limits as per Regional Transport Offices (RTOs) guidelines. RTO authorised PUC machines will check parameters. Mahindra will distribute saplings to customers and stakeholders to contribute to a greener tomorrow. Mahindra vehicle owners can contact the nearest dealership or register appointments on With You Hamesha toll-free help line no:-1800-209-6006.

Sanjoy Gupta, Vice President – Customer Care, Automotive Division, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. said “Mahindra has always been committed to the cause of sustainable development across its entire value chain. Our products conform to the strictest emission norms and reaffirm our commitment and responsibility towards society and a clean and green tomorrow. The Free Pollution check-up campaign organized to commemorate the World Environment Day across our entire service network is a modest step to further that vision and offer better value to our customers.”

Society of India Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) is celebrating World Environment Day 2014 in Bombay and Delhi to protect our environment. The event sees Indian automobile manufacturers organising free PUC Check Up Camp at dealerships apart from offering environment conservation tips to customers, and much more. Skoda, Tata Motors and Fiat too are overseeing free PUC camps.


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