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        Skoda to organise Free Pollution Check campaign on World Environment Day

        CarTrade Editorial Team

        CarTrade Editorial Team

        Skoda Auto, the completely owned division of well renowned German auto maker Volkswagen, has announced “Free Pollution Check” campaign on June 5, 2013 in association with the Society of Indian Automobile Association (SIAM). Interestingly, this step has been taken to commemorate the World Environment Day. With this campaign, the auto maker is looking ahead to spread the awareness on environment among Indian buyers. Industry experts are of a view that with this initiative of Skoda India, the company's commitment towards the society and the environment can be easily judged.

        In this campaign, the customers of Skoda India can get a free pollution check at any of the company's authorised dealership all over the country. The programme will include emission checking, along with equipment to clean the engine. Individuals attending this unique initiative will be also assisted by the technical staff at the dealerships of Skoda Auto. All dealers of the auto maker have pledged to actively take part in this campaign by giving their valuable advice on longevity and car maintenance. Individuals attending the “Free Pollution Check” camp will be provided with a free PUC certificate by the dealers of Skoda India in association with SIAM.

        Interestingly, Skoda has been operating in India since November 2001 and is working as a sub division of Skoda Auto a. s. Czech Republic, which is counted among the oldest car manufactures in the world. Presently, the auto maker offers five models to the Indian buyers, namely Fabia hatchback, Rapid sedan, Laura executive sedan, Superb premium sedan and Yeti Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV). The auto maker has maintained a wide network of 106 showrooms all over India and has delivered more than 1,76,083 units in the country since its foray in India.